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- Balancing the national budget to reduce inflation
- More efficient tax collection
- Dissolving the Reconstruction Finance Bank because of its uneconomical loans
- Decreasing the scope of government intervention
- Fixing the exchange rate to 360 yen to one US dollar to keep Japanese export prices low
Dodge had the Reconstruction finance bank, which was a major conductor of inflation-financed subsidies, shut down. He took important steps to restore Japan's foreign trade to private hands. The terms of all transactions were determined at the unchanging official exchange rate of $1 = 360 yen.
- Savage, J.D. (2002-06-01). "The Origins of Budgetary Preferences: The Dodge Line and the Balanced Budget Norm in Japan" (PDF). Administration & Society. doi:10.1177/009539902400387191.
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