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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report in English by Japanese news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, 6 July: Japan launched studies Thursday [6 July] on substantial economic sanctions it might take against North Korea following the North's firing of seven missiles into the Sea of Japan the previous day, officials said.
The government's task force on North Korea's abductions of Japanese nationals held a meeting and agreed to promote studies at each government organization on what sanctions can be taken under current laws.
Government sources said the team might propose imposing a ban on remittances from Japan to North Korea and on …