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Japanese morning newspaper headlines.

TOKYO, Oct. 30 Kyodo

Thursday morning newspaper headlines:

-- Tax revenue to fall more than 5 tril. yen (Asahi)

-- Keio Univ. students arrested for trading cannabis on campus (Asahi)

-- Gov't eyeing 5 tril. yen boost for economy (Asahi, Yomiuri); Additional economic measures to feature stock purchase by public institutions (Mainichi); Gov't 2nd stimulus package aims to help economy via tax cuts (Nikkei)

-- Toyota reaches top spot in global auto sales (Mainichi)

-- 4 senior Sapporo officials involved in 33 bid riggings (Yomiuri)

-- Nikkei index closes above 8,000, boosted by weak yen (Nikkei)
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Publication:Japan Weekly Monitor
Date:Nov 3, 2008
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