Powerful incentives led to Japan’s Finance Ministry document tampering

TOKYO — The ongoing document-tampering scandal at Japan’s Ministry of Finance has taken a new turn. The ministry has admitted that its staff members altered 14 documents related to the controversial sale of state-owned land to a nationalist school …
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