Japan home-sharing law causes renters to exit market

TOKYO — As Japan prepares to legalize home-sharing businesses this week, some people who currently rent out their homes are, in fact, seeing the long-awaited deregulation as a sign to exit the market. A new law that allows home-sharing, called minpaku …
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