A 42-strong group of lawmakers headed by Yuji Yamamoto, a former financial services minister, established a panel to discuss starting a fund on Thursday.
Koutaro Tamura, another lawmaker involved in the panel, said that the Japanese government "should utilise its assets more effectively."
The group has set itself a March dead
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