Yoshihide Suga has made few public statements on digital currency, but his stance on taxing crypto assets may prove to be the most insightful.
The 71-year-old is set to become the country’s new prime minister after being voted in as the leader of Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party on Sept. 14. The country’s National Diet will vote the next PM in on Wednesday following Shinzo Abe’s announcement in August — where he stated that he was resigning due to health reasons.
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