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USJ Co., the operator of Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, said Thursday it plans to open one or more new theme parks by 2020, with potential sites identified in Japan and other emerging Asian economies.

While the final number of new parks has yet to be decided, Kyushu and Okinawa, as well as Jakarta, Mumbai and Taiwan, have all been suggested as sites for development, which USJ aims to complete before the start of the Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2020.

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