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Civil lawsuits against foreign governments should be allowed in Japanese courts in nine areas, including business transactions and employment contracts, a government panel recommended Wednesday.

Following the recommendation by the advisory panel to Justice Minister Eisuke Mori, the ministry will seek during the ongoing ordinary Diet session to submit a bill for a new law that will make clear the rules on such lawsuits.

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