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31 August 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

Premier Taro Aso and his oldline LDP policies of heavy infrastructure public spending are out. The victorious DPJ has promised a shift of 3% of GDP from infrastructure to tax transfers. That may produce faster growth, but deficits and public debt loom as threats.

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