Japan PM says govt panel on inflation and wages to meet Friday

4/9/2022 1:10:00 PM

Kishida has made a top priority of addressing the impact of rising energy, food and raw materials prices on businesses and consumers.

Kishida has made a top priority of addressing the impact of rising energy, food and raw materials prices on businesses and consumers.

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese government panel tasked with tackling rising prices and wage issues will meet on Friday and consider additional policy measures that should be taken, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Sunday.

Speaking to reporters in northern Japan's Niigata prefecture, Kishida said the government should consider reviewing and raising subsidies for regional revitalisation so they can be used to respond effectively to surging prices.for the latest news you need to know.A TOKYO (Sept 4): A Japanese government panel tasked with tackling rising prices and wage issues will meet on Friday and consider additional policy measures that should be taken, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Sunday.A TOKYO/MUMBAI (Sept 2): SoftBank Group Corp is planning to cut at least 20% of staff at its loss-churning Vision Fund operation, following public pledges from Masayoshi Son to reduce headcount at the world's biggest tech investor, according to people familiar with the matter.

"I would like to compile additional measures and implement them without hesitation," he said, adding that he recognised the importance of offering support that matches the needs of local communities.Kishida has made a top priority of addressing the impact of rising energy, food and raw materials prices on businesses and consumers, instructing his government last month to draw up new policy measures.23 million) to a company linked to a central figure arrested in a growing bribery scandal around the Games, Kyodo news agency reported on Saturday.(Reporting by Daniel Leussink; Editing by Edmund Klamann) Article type: free.Kishida has made a top priority of addressing the impact of rising energy, food, and raw material prices on businesses and consumers, instructing his government last month to draw up new policy measures.

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