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Five government entities have been told to do a better job of listing their assets after failing to report items worth nearly ¥17 billion in the national property registry, Board of Audit officials said Tuesday.

The board has demanded that the Cabinet Office, transport ministry, environment ministry, agriculture ministry and forestry agency improve their property management, saying they have demonstrated ignorance of the importance of transparency and openness in controlling government assets.

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