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Japan eyes looser visa requirements for special zones

TOKYO -- The government will consider allowing foreign would-be entrepreneurs as well as those offering housekeeping and child care services to live in Japan, part of a program to admit more foreign workers in six special zones.

     The program is expected to be introduced in special deregulation zones designated by the government this spring, including parts of greater Tokyo, greater Osaka and Fukuoka.

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