(C) Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida speaks to media as he annnouces that the government would release some of its oil reserves in concert with the United States, at his official residence in Tokyo, Japan November 24, 2021. Mandatory credit Ky
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s government will unveil on Friday its first extra budget for this fiscal year ending 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.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s cabinet is expected to approve the budget plan on Friday, including additional government bond issuance totalling 22.1 trillion yen, the draft showed.
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Japan govt to unveil extra budget with $312 billion spending to tackle COVID-19 – draft
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