Japan to press charges against four firms over maglev train contracts

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Japan Fair Trade Commission said on Friday that it would press criminal charges against four construction firms for suspected collusion over contracts for an $80 billion high-speed magnetic levitation (maglev) train line.
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