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Kyodo. The government of Japan may introduce subsidies and tax breaks to encourage the purchase of clean diesel cars as early as fiscal 2009 in an attempt to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The officials said the budgetary and tax measures were part of proposals discussed during the first meeting the same day of a government panel for the promotion of clean diesel cars, expected to be launched within a year or so by leading Japanese automakers.

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