Japan Post raises mail rates for first time in 23 years

Japan Post, a unit of Japan Post Holdings, raised mail rates Thursday in the first full-fledged hikes since January 1994, excluding markups on consumption tax increases. The rate for standard postcards has been increased by ¥10 to ¥62. Rates for other …
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