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Japan looks to double cashless payments in 10 years

Push aimed at accommodating foreigners, encouraging spending

The government aims to broaden the acceptance of mobile and other cashless payments.

TOKYO -- Cash-heavy Japan aims to double digital payments to 40% in the next decade by helping metropolitan-area businesses afford cashless services to better attract foreign visitors and open their wallets.

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