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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Japan News This Week 17 July 2016


Japan News.
Emperor Akihito of Japan Plans to Abdicate Throne, Broadcaster Says
New York Times

Japan PM Shinzo Abe claims victory in parliamentary election

Japan could change pacifist constitution after Shinzo Abe victory

Views from Kyoto: What does the future hold for hemp in Japan?
Japan Times

Are Asia’s Energy Choices Limited to Coal, Gas or Nuclear?
Japan Focus

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Japan spends very little on public education. A trip to any public school makes this clear. However, in a comparison of OECD member states, it becomes even clearer how little Japan spends.

For example, Japan spends 0.5% of its budget on tertiary education. In comparison, the United States spends 1.4%,  the Netherlands the same 1.4%.

Only tiny Luxembourg spends a lower percentage of its national budget than Japan.

Source: OECD

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