The Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan, which is the world's largest public pension fund managing over 113 trillion yen, generated 2.32% return in the latest fiscal year.

According to financial results for the year which ended in March, 63.3% of assets were invested in Japanese bonds; 12.5% in Japanese stocks; 11.46% in non-Japanese stocks shares and 8.74% in non-Japanese bonds.

Last year, the fund sold or cashed out a total of 2.54 trillion yen, or nearly $32 billion, of domestic and foreign debt in the latest fiscal year.

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