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Japanese regulators are seeking to make taxation rules more transparent for overseas investors in the world’s second-biggest economy in a bid to attract more funds from abroad.

The Financial Services Agency issued a clarification Friday exempting managers of offshore investment funds from corporate tax, provided they meet four criteria that prove their assets are managed at local discretion.

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