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On Wednesday, December 27, Taro Aso became the second-longest-serving finance minister in the post-World War II period. That day marked his 1,828th day in office.
The longest-serving finance minister is Kiichi Miyazawa, who spent 1,874 days as Finance Minister.
Asa should overtake Miyazawa on February 12, 2018.
Source: Japan News, December 28, page 3.
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