Abe Plans $61 Billion Infrastructure Spending for Japan RevivalBy and
Country aims to double overseas visitors to 40 million by 2020
Japan targeting a fourfold jump in overseas cruise passengers
Japan will spend 6.2 trillion yen ($61 billion) on infrastructure to help double the number of tourists visiting the country, speed up construction of a magnetic levitation line and aid building projects overseas.
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