2019-06-13 — sovereignman.com
This year's `Annual Report on Ageing Society' plainly stated this reality; it was a brutally honest assessment of Japan's underfunded pension program.
The report went on to tell people that they needed to save their own money for retirement because the pension fund wouldn't be able to make ends meet.
This terrified a lot of Japanese workers and pensioners.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe apologized for the report, calling it "inaccurate and misleading."
And Finance Minister Taro Aso-- himself a pensioner at age 78 (though in typical Japanese form he looks like he's 45)-- simply un-published the report.
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