• Kyodo News


Twelve government-run funds possess assets more than 100 times the size of the projects they have undertaken, according to a recent study by the Board of Audit.

The study covering the financial assets of 70 funds and the projects they have undertaken over the last three years indicates that a number of publicly funded projects have been implemented inappropriately, according to sources with access to the results.

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