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JAPAN-POLITICS/TAX
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March 28, 2016
A shopper is seen between price boards outside a discount clothing retail store at a shopping district...
Tokyo, Japan
File photo shows a shopper between price boards outside a discount clothing retail store at a shopping...
A shopper is seen between price boards outside a discount clothing retail store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, April 28, 2015 file photo. In late 2014, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe caught markets and voters off-guard when he postponed an unpopular sales tax hike and called a snap election. Less than two years later, the only surprise will be if he doesn't repeat the play. With consumption weak, wage growth limp and emerging economy slowdowns clouding Japan's growth, economists bet Abe will again delay raising the tax to 10 percent from 8 percent. Currently due in April 2017, the hike is seen by fiscal conservatives as vital to rein in bulging public debt and social security costs. REUTERS/Yuya Shino/Files
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