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Major furniture retailer Otsuka Kagu Ltd. said Tuesday it will raise the prices of 4,500 pieces of imported furniture from mid-April due to the yen’s weakness against other major currencies.

It will be the first time the furniture retailer has carried out a major price hike since 2007, when the yen fell against the euro.

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