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Huis Ten Bosch Co. announced Thursday a restructuring plan that includes jobs cuts, debt forgiveness by banks and the closure of its first theme park in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture.

Under the revised five-year business plan through the 2004 business year, the company will cut roughly 400 jobs by the end of that year and close Nagasaki Holland Village this Oct. 21.

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