LONDON (Kyodo) A funding crisis affecting Japanese studies in Britain has been alleviated with the creation of 13 new teaching posts thanks to two charities.

The new lectureships and research positions, costing £2.5 million over a five-year period, will focus on contemporary aspects of Japanese business and society.

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