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Individuals in Japan failed to declare taxable income totaling ¥20.1 billion related to new forms of economic activity, including the sharing economy, in the year through June, the government said Thursday.

The amount of penalty taxes per case came to ¥4.94 million, 1.8 times the average among the total undeclared income cases that year, according to the National Tax Agency.

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