Japan’s national strategy on information technology, scheduled to be adopted Monday, calls for greater deregulation of the telecommunications industry to promote competition, according to a final draft made available to Kyodo News on Saturday.

The strategy is scheduled to be adopted at a joint meeting of the IT Strategy Headquarters, a government task force, and the IT Strategy Council, an advisory panel to Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori.

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