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(From Asia Pulse)
GENEVA, Nov 5 Asia Pulse - Japanese government Web sites were rated 30th in the world, according to an e-government survey released Tuesday by the United Nations.
The survey, which covered 191 countries, assessed the degree of how governments embrace the Internet to offer administrative services and disclose information. The U.S. government came in first, followed by Chile and Australia.
In a more comprehensive survey of e-readiness, which takes into account such factors as the ability to offer government services online as well as the …