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The Japanese government unveiled a ¥10.3 trillion, or $116 billion, plan to stimulate its economy, and ScienceInsider reports that some of those funds may be going toward manufacturing and innovation as well as efforts to bolster private investments in renewable energy and induced pluripotent stem cell research, among other areas.

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