Japan Says Airbnb Had Plenty of Warning About New Licensing Law

TOKYO—The Japan Tourism Agency on Monday defended its handling of a new law that has led to thousands of Airbnb cancellations, saying the U.S. company had ample warning that unlicensed hosts wouldn’t be permitted to operate starting June 15.
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