The government will spend ¥6.2 trillion to fund subsidies and other measures aimed at cushioning the economic blow from rising fuel and raw material prices caused by the war in Ukraine, a document obtained by Reuters showed on Monday.
Although the planned new spending pales in comparison with the last financial year’s extra budget worth ¥36 trillion, it underscores the challenges Japan faces in achieving sustainable growth.
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