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The government is launching a $7.4 billion food package for the next fiscal year, which is more than double the $4.7 billion spent last year.
The plan will be the biggest ever for Japan’s economy.
In addition to the government’s food spending, the government will also spend $1.5 billion on food safety, $3 billion on research and development, $400 million on health, and $600 million on public education.
A total of $1 billion will go to education, including $1 million for the national primary and secondary schools and $1 for students.
The $4 billion spent in 2016-17 is almost a third of the total budget of the current year, with the rest of the funds coming from an array of public programs.
The government will spend a total of around $100 billion over the next four years, including spending on education, health and public transportation.
The budget is a major victory for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was hoping to create a strong public sector, but was unable to do so.
It was hoped that the extra money would be used to strengthen Japan’s infrastructure, including the railways, highways and airports.
The country has struggled to build and operate a railway network since the 2008 economic meltdown.
The Japanese government is now expecting to reach the goal of building a national railway network by 2025, which would be the first time that a major government has ever done so.
Abe has been pushing for the country to build a long-distance rail network in recent years, but has been slow to put a timeline on the project.