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Japan's tax reform plan shied away from painful issues

TOKYO -- The fiscal 2015 tax reform plan adopted by Japan's ruling bloc failed to address the difficult changes needed to mend the country's fiscal health, leaving Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's vision for change in the tax regime further from becoming reality.

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