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April 11, 2003

Green Light For Ota Project

An English-language education project in Ota City, Gunma Prefecture has qualified as one of 52 special structural reform zones announced yesterday as part of the government's deregulation policy. The project will create a single elementry, junior and senior high school that will have a curriculum taught largely in English. The school is set to start runing within two years, with backing from the Ota municipal government and the private sector. Other zones were classified under several headings, such as information technology and industrial and academic cooperation.

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