Teikyo University has been accused by tax authorities of hiding 180 million yen in income over three years through fiscal 1998, it was learned Monday.

The Tokyo-based university failed to report money that its affiliated hospital received from pharmaceutical makers as taxable income, according to sources close to the investigation by the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau.

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