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Japan’s parliament enacted a record ¥107.60 trillion budget Tuesday for fiscal 2022, to finance measures against the coronavirus as well as rising costs for social security and national defense.

The House of Councilors passed the budget for the year starting on April 1, following its approval by the House of Representatives in late February.

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