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A Tokyo-based firm paid some ¥100 million in rebates to people in three countries after winning tenders for projects financed by Japanese official development aid, sources said Thursday.

Japan Transportation Consultants Inc., paid the rebates to people involved in the projects in Vietnam, Indonesia and Uzbekistan over five years starting in 2008, the sources said.

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