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  • Japan's new prime minister stumbles over consumption tax

    Japan's new prime minister stumbles over consumption tax

    In Sunday's upper house parliamentary elections, Japanese voters turned against the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). Prime Minister Naoto Kan's plan to double the consumption tax to 10 percent is behind the backlash, say analysts.

 
 
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