TOKYO (AP) – The Japanese cabinet on Friday approved a record-breaking 56 trillion yen ($ 490 billion) stimulus package, including cash donations and aid to struggling businesses, to help the economy emerge from the crisis. doldrums worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.
“The package has more than enough content and scale to provide a sense of security and hope for the people,” Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters when announcing the plan earlier today.
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