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Japan Post Holdings Co. says it will look into 220,000 more insurance contracts — signed by around 60,000 customers — that are suspected of being part of a widening scandal involving improper sales.

In an announcement Friday, the former state-owned postal group also said that as of Wednesday, 106 legal violations and 1,306 breaches of in-house rules had been found among the roughly 183,000 insurance contracts already being investigated.

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