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Japan to cut airport fees to spur regional tourism

Japan's government hopes that more foreigners will visit the nation's smaller cities.

TOKYO -- The Japanese government is preparing to lower landing fees for domestic flights at many airports to try to direct more of the rising number of foreign tourists beyond well-known destinations such as Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.

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