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The government plans to draw up a strategy to beef up the economy of Okinawa Prefecture, in line with the 50th anniversary in May of the prefecture’s return to Japan after post-World War II occupation by the United States.

In his policy speech at the parliament in January, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said: “During this historic year, we will recall the historical significance of the reversion (of Okinawa), and our thoughts will turn to the history of Okinawa. We will advance efforts to create a robust Okinawan economy.”

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