TOKYO – Support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe slumped more than 10 points to 44.9 percent in a public opinion poll published on Sunday, amid opposition party suspicions he used his influence unfairly to help a friend set up a business. Abe has repeatedly denied abusing his authority to benefit his friend. His grip [...] read whole article

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