Japan gave over 100 contracts in 10 yrs to Dentsu-linked non-profit groups

Topics Japan | Dentsu | Yoshihide Suga

By Ju-min Park, Sakura Murakami, Mari Saito and Antoni Slodkowski TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government has awarded more than 100 contracts over the last decade to two non-profit groups set up by Dentsu Inc, according to a Reuters analysis of government data, in arrangements that some opposition lawmakers say obscured the role of the advertising giant in winning public funds.

The contracts, which ranged from administering tourism-promotion projects to distributing coronavirus relief funds, were worth at least $1.6 billion, according.....

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