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A former managing director of Microsoft Corp.’s Japan unit was sentenced Wednesday to a suspended two-year prison term and a fine of 70 million yen for failing to declare taxable income.

According to the Shizuoka District Court, Shoji Hasegawa, 53, bought shares in the U.S. firm at a predetermined price using a company stock option and later sold them for capital gains.

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