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Tokyo office vacancies fell in January, nearing a seven-year low, after rising in December for the first time in six months, real estate brokerage Miki Shoji Co. said Thursday.

The vacancy rate in the five central wards dropped in January to 2.55 percent, from 2.65 percent in December, Miki Shoji said in a report released through the Land, Infrastructure and Transportation Ministry. Vacancies fell to 2.49 percent in November, the lowest since at least 2001, when Miki Shoji began compiling monthly data.

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