`` The biggest crisis after the war, the biggest economic measure ever '' Deputy Prime Minister Aso and Finance Minister, April 7, 21:35
In a press conference after the extraordinary cabinet meeting, Mr. Aso said in a press conference on the urgent economic measures decided on the 7th, `` The world economy is facing the biggest crisis after the war, and mobilizing finance, finance, taxation, etc. And we have to overcome the difficulties, so we decided to take the largest economic measure ever, even beyond the time of the Lehman Shock. "
Mr. Aso then commented on the benefits of 300,000 yen in cash to households with reduced income and benefits for small and medium-sized enterprises. "The speed of prompt support is extremely important. I would like to respond to it. "
He added that the need for further economic measures is that if the current situation continues for a year, it will be necessary to think flexibly again at that time. I don't know how to answer it, so it's hard to answer. "
On the other hand, Deputy Prime Minister Aso said that the issuance of additional JGBs would make the financial situation even more severe in connection with the decided supplementary budget for the current fiscal year. As the Cabinet has said from the outset, "No economic restructuring without economic revitalization," it is unlikely that "the economy has shrunk, but the economy has shrunk." Yes. "