Japan to Extend until April 2024 Subsidies to Curb Fuel Costs – Stimulus Package Draft
11:06 JST, October 24, 2023
TOKYO, Oct 24 (Reuters) – Japan’s government will extend until the end of April next year subsidies aimed at curbing fuel prices, according to a draft of the government’s economic stimulus package reviewed by Reuters on Tuesday.
The government will also extend until the spring of 2024 subsidies to curb utility bills, the draft showed.
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