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The average price of land in Japan as of July 1 has fallen 0.4% since a year earlier, for the second consecutive year of declines amid the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, government data showed Tuesday.

The margin of decline narrowed from 0.6% last year, with demand for residential land slightly improving.

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