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April 23, 2003

US Wants Into Education Market

The US has urged Japan to open up its educational market to foreign investors. A leading official dealing with Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation issues meeting with Japanese counterparts in Tokyo said that American universities could cooperate with Japanese schools in international education, continuing education and retraining of staff. Strict financial regulations currently make it difficult for US universities to run branch schools in Japan.

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