* Japan govt focus on green energy, medical, farm sectors * Analysts skeptical of growth, demand effect * Tokyo has poor record on meeting goals By Kaori Kaneko TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japan's government on Tuesday approved its new long-term economic revival plan, which focuses on renewable energy, healthcare and farming, but economists were sceptical about whether it would really help Tokyo hit its growth targets. ...
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