TOKYO, Oct 28 (Reuters) – Japan’s government on Friday unveiled a new stimulus package with spending worth 39.0 trillion yen ($265 billion) that it said would boost gross domestic product (GDP) by around 4.6%.
The government said it would compile an extra budget in the current fiscal year worth 29.6 trillion yen to fund the package.
In a document detailing the package, the government also expressed hope the Bank of Japan would pay attention to the impact financial market moves could have on the economy.
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Reporting by Daniel Leussink
Editing by Chang-Ran Kim
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