Japanese PM Suga’s exit sparks investment in nation’s telcos

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For Japan’s PM Yoshihide Suga, reducing the cost of the nation’s mobile plans has been a major focus since his days as Chief Cabinet Secretary, dating back to 2012. He assumed office as PM in September 2020, comfortably winning the Liberal Democratic Party leadership election following long-serving PM Shinzo Abe’s resignation. This victory finally gave him a platform to push reform in the country’s telecoms sector, with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announcing plans to force operators to reduce their mobile price plans just one month later…

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