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Japan's cabinet faces no-confidence vote over tax-hike delay

Democratic Party President Katsuya Okada, center, meets with other opposition party leaders.

TOKYO -- Japan's four leading opposition parties are set to file a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet Tuesday, saying plans to postpone a scheduled consumption tax hike reflect broad economic policy failure.

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