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In the face of growing global competition among stock exchanges — and a rising sense of need to change its corporate culture — Japan is reforming its stock markets to attract more long-term investors.

Next April, the Japan Exchange Group will reorganize the market structure of the Tokyo Stock Exchange from its current four markets — First Section, Second Section, Mothers and JASDAQ — to three markets named Prime, Standard and Growth.

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