Japan’s antitrust watchdog ends inspection over Airbnb

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s antitrust watchdog said on Wednesday it would end its inspection of the Japanese operations of Airbnb Inc as the U.S. home-sharing platform provider has taken appropriate …
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