Japan’s Home-Sharing Law Gives HomeAway Opening in Airbnb Fight

The bill enacted earlier this month lets people in Japan rent out property without the risk of running into regulatory hurdles. The law limits total stays to 180 nights a year and requires that accommodation providers register with local governments.
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