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Japan convenience stores plan next generation of self-checkout

Speedier system helps chains seek efficiency amid retail labor shortages

The new self-checkout system will eliminate the need to scan each item individually.

TOKYO -- Seven-Eleven Japan and four other major convenience store operators in the country will introduce self-checkout registers that can read the prices of items that are still in a basket, the latest effort to cope with a severe lack of manpower.

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