Japan’s mail and postal savings services in fiscal 2001 recorded profits for the first time in four years, the Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications Ministry said Friday.

Mail services, including door-to-door parcel delivery, registered profits of 8 billion yen in the year that ended March 31, against losses of 10 billion yen the previous year.

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