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Japan seeks tax rises despite opposition

In what acting Secretary General Shinji Tarutoko has described as a “make or break year”, the ruling Democratic Party of Japan is struggling to get the support required for tax hikes which the party sees as essential to “simultaneously achieve the goals of securing stable revenue sources for financing social security and regaining governmental fiscal health”.

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