The government has drawn up a draft of the “grand design” and action plan of Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s “new capitalism” initiative, including a plan to provide aid, such as skill development support and “recurrent education,” to some 1 million workers, including so-called nonregular employees, it was learned Sunday.
The draft calls for “new public-private collaboration” to address challenges such as widening inequalities and climate change and accelerate economic growth.
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