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About 5,728,000 foreigners entered Japan in 2003, while 13,297,000 Japanese traveled outside the country, according to a preliminary report released Thursday by the Justice Ministry Immigration Bureau.

The latest figure of foreigners entering Japan is the second-highest, following the 5,771,975 recorded in 2002, the report says.

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