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Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vowed on Tuesday to step up work on an emergency package of measures to address prices that have been soaring since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

“We will respond in an urgent and flexible way to the crisis we are now facing,” Kishida said at the first ministerial meeting on the measures.

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