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October 19, 1988 | SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writer
Beginning Dec. 15, Americans and Japanese will be able to visit each others' countries for as long as 90 days without a visa if they hold transit or return-trip tickets, the Japanese Foreign Ministry and the U.S. Embassy here announced Tuesday. Embassy officials said the arrangement promises to relieve U.S. consular officials of a massive burden. About 1.8 million visas were issued last year to Japanese in Japan. Japanese made 2.
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December 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Japanese and American tourists and executives can travel to each other's country without a visa beginning Thursday under a pilot program that could boost the flow of free-spending Japanese to America. Travel industry spokesmen were unanimous in welcoming the change for, if nothing else, ending the hassle of spending time or money to get a visa. The change will result in a bit more paper work for the airlines and a lot less for the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.
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BUSINESS
December 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Japanese and American tourists and executives can travel to each other's country without a visa beginning Thursday under a pilot program that could boost the flow of free-spending Japanese to America. Travel industry spokesmen were unanimous in welcoming the change for, if nothing else, ending the hassle of spending time or money to get a visa. The change will result in a bit more paper work for the airlines and a lot less for the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.
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October 19, 1988 | SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writer
Beginning Dec. 15, Americans and Japanese will be able to visit each others' countries for as long as 90 days without a visa if they hold transit or return-trip tickets, the Japanese Foreign Ministry and the U.S. Embassy here announced Tuesday. Embassy officials said the arrangement promises to relieve U.S. consular officials of a massive burden. About 1.8 million visas were issued last year to Japanese in Japan. Japanese made 2.
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