Japan to foresee 5.5 trln yen primary balance deficit in FY2025 -Kyodo By Reuters

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s finance ministry will estimate that the national government’s primary balance deficit will come to 5.5 trillion yen ($48 billion) in fiscal 2025, the Kyodo news agency reported on Thursday.

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