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Japan to exempt asset managers from stricter investment rules

Government seeks to enhance national security without stifling deals

Japan is increasingly wary of technology leaks from sensitive industries.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan's government intends to exclude asset management companies, including hedge funds, from tighter foreign investment regulations designed to protect sensitive industries.

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