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The nonprofit Japan Foundation has announced it will hold the Japanese Language Proficiency Test twice a year in Japan, China, Taiwan and South Korea to cope with sharply rising demand.

The foundation, which currently conducts the examination only in December, will now also hold the test in July in those countries starting this year.

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