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The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development put pressure on Japan in a policy proposal issued Tuesday to specify concrete measures to restore the country’s precarious fiscal health, considered the worst among major developed economies.

“Given the size and duration of fiscal consolidation, Japan faces the risk of a marked rise in interest rates, threatening a banking system that is highly exposed to Japanese government debt,” the Paris-based club of 34 wealthy nations said.

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