Japan's April tax revenues see biggest monthly drop in over a decade


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A one month delay, on top of tax cuts, not really an issue, I'm more concerned about people who through no fault are let go?

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Big surprise right there!

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Sera said she was worried about the long-term effect of accumulating more public debt, which could raise doubts about the sustainability of Japan's economy.

Huh? "Doubts"? Doubts among whom? Not global investors, who load up on the yen whenever uncertainty arises. Not stock investors who have made the TSE one the world's best money makers. Not local companies, whose capex has been rising.

I can't believe people get paid to repeat the same (dangerous) misinformation over many years, which has been disproved so many times.

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