Japan finmin: will mull econ stimulus without resorting to govt debt
TOKYO, Sept 13
TOKYO, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Friday that the government will consider offering a stimulus package for the economy without issuing new bonds to finance it.
Aso made the comment in a news conference after a cabinet meeting.
Japan's public debt exceeded 1 quadrillion yen -- or 1,000 trillion yen ($10.09 trillion), about double the country's GDP, for the first time in June.
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