Japanese government unveils additional $312 billion spending budget to tackle COVID-19
TOKYO (Reuters) – The Japanese government will unveil its first additional budget on Friday for the fiscal year ending in March to ease the pain of the COVID-19 pandemic, with spending worth 36 trillion yen ($312.04 billion), a draft seen by Reuters showed.
The draft showed that Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s government is expected to approve the budget plan on Friday, including the issuance of additional government bonds totaling 22.1 trillion yen.
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