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Two top execs at Tokyo Medical University quit in wake of bribery scandal

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Tokyo Medical University has announced that its two top executives have offered to quit over a bribery scandal involving a education ministry program for supporting private universities in the nation. The Tokyo university accepted letters of resignation submitted by Masahiko Usui, 77, chairman of its board of regents, and […]

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