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Japan remained in a group of countries the United States judges to fully meet minimum standards for the elimination of human trafficking, according to a State Department report released Thursday.

The department placed Japan in Tier 1, the highest classification on the four-tier list, for the second straight year because “authorities continued to demonstrate serious and sustained efforts during the reporting period.”

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