Japan shares rise, yen slips on tax report; gold near three-week high

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese shares rose and the yen fell after a report on Tuesday said Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering a corporate tax cut to help offset the impact of a planned two-stage increase in the sales tax, while gold eased but held near three-week highs.

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Japan shares rise, yen slips on tax report; gold near three-week high

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