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Japan’s parliament on Wednesday enacted a set of laws to establish a new government agency in September as the country aims to speed up digitalization.

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s government hopes to accelerate digitalization in the central and local governments to improve the quality of services after the novel coronavirus pandemic exposed challenges caused by a delay in the initiatives.

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