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Japanese children may soon smiles on their faces and money in their pockets. As part of a covid-19-related stimulus package, Japan's government planning to ¥100,000 ($880) to all children under the age of 19. Around 20 million children, from newborns to 18-year-olds, will the one-time payment. The initiative is part of an election pledge from Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister. During campaigning, he to help "people in need," such as part-time workers and families with small children. Officials the money will given regardless of the financial status of a child's family. All children in any one family will the cash. The plan expected to around ¥2 trillion ($17.6 billion).

The stimulus package not without its critics. Many people reservations about so much money when Japan is burdened with so much debt. The country's debt is currently more than twice the size of its economy. Government sources the cash is available for the pandemic stimulus because of a surplus of funds from fiscal 2020. Skeptics are the plan's logic. They said most recipients would not going out to purchase high-cost items, in upmarket restaurants or take domestic holidays. It is predicted that much of the money will up in savings accounts. However, mother of three Yuki Ono the plan. She said her children would because they will buy new computers.

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