Abe offer at TICAD: ¥3.2 trillion in aid
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Abe offer at TICAD: ¥3.2 trillion in aid

Yokohama : Japan | May 31, 2013 at 3:05 PM PDT
Source: Japan Times
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The fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development, Japan's official channel to the continent, kicks off Saturday with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe planning to pledge up to ¥3.2 trillion in total aid over the next five years. The promise of additional financing comes as Japan seeks to increase... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Times
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