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Economy

Abe to call for supplementary budget topping 3tn yen

TOKYO -- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will direct the Japanese government to put together a supplementary budget totaling more than 3 trillion yen ($24.2 billion) next week to help shore up a flagging economy.

     Abe will return on Nov. 23 from meetings with leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Kuala Lumpur. The government is set to compile measures to cope with the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact on Nov. 25 and steps for promoting active civic engagement on Nov. 26, with both to be incorporated into the extra budget for fiscal 2015.

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