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October 01, 2013 
A cashier (C) gives the change to a customer at a fish shop inside Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo early... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A cashier gives the change to a customer at a fish shop inside Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo 
A cashier (C) gives the change to a customer at a fish shop inside Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo early October 1, 2013. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will take a step on Tuesday that none of his predecessors has tried in more than 15 years - making a dent in the government's runaway debt. Abe, riding a wave of popularity with economic policies that have begun to stir the world's third-biggest economy out of years of lethargy, will announce that the government will raise the national sales tax to 8 percent in April from 5 percent, a final draft of the government economic plan, seen by Reuters, shows. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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