Japan plans up to $127 billion in lending after quake: Nikkei (Reuters)

Japan's Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano speaks next to an electronic board showing Japan's Nikkei index and other countries' market indices during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo March 2, 2011. REUTERS/Toru HanaiReuters – The Japanese government plans to dedicate up to 10 trillion yen ($127 billion) in crisis lending to businesses to help them finance day-to-day operations and repair damage from last week’s deadly earthquake and tsunami, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Saturday.


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