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As Japan braces for a new national strategy aimed at building one of the world’s most advanced information technology infrastructures, some South Koreans wonder whether their neighbor is really serious.

“We respect Japan in terms of technology, but (South) Korea has very little to learn from Japan as far as IT policy matters are concerned,” said Sonn Sang Young of the Korea Information Society Development Institute, a government-affiliated think tank.

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