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Nagoya University and Gifu University said Thursday they will consider merging their operations amid a fall in the student population, to create what could be the first national university operator in the country to run multiple schools.

The two national universities in central Japan aim to raise the efficiency of their administrative operations, such as those of their finance divisions, through the merger in order to address increasing competition, officials at the two universities said.

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