Japan eyes revamp to way tourists are reimbursed for duty-free sales


TOKYO — The Japanese government is considering an overhaul to the way tourists make duty-free purchases, Nikkei has learned, in a bid to stop abuse of the system.

Currently, tourists in Japan have the consumption tax deducted when purchasing items at special duty-free stores and sales counters. But some people take advantage of system and resell products within the country.





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