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Japan Post Insurance Co. has admitted mismanagement in connection with more than 90,000 insurance policies, the biggest scandal for the country’s dominant postal group since its privatization in 2007.

The company on Wednesday said it has found about 22,000 cases in which customers were forced to make duplicate premium payments for both new and old, terminated insurance contracts between April 2016 and December 2018.

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