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Japan's antitrust watchdog casts its gaze on high mobile rates

FTC to review sales practices with focus on access fees and secondhand market

Japan's top mobile carriers have signaled that they plan to cut service rates. (Photo by Masayuki Terazawa)

TOKYO -- Japan's major mobile carriers will face scrutiny of their sales practices to encourage healthy market competition, the chief of the Fair Trade Commission told Nikkei, a move that could aid Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's push to bring down service rates. 

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