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The Japanese government intends to enter the global quantum computing race by putting its first domestically produced quantum computer into service within the current fiscal year ending March 2023, a source close to the matter said Thursday.

The new strategy includes plans to establish four quantum research centers across the country, and could be finalized later this month, the source said.

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