Stiglitz to Abe: Don't Raise Japan's Sales Tax, Stimulate GrowthBy
Nobel-Prize winner says other levies could support investment
Abe has to make decision on planned levy increase due in 2017
Nobel-prize winner Joseph Stiglitz urged Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe not to raise the nation’s sales tax next year, instead encouraging the premier to consider other forms of taxation that could stimulate the world’s third-largest economy.
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