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Publication of policy proposal collection by Kyushu Liaison Council for Japan-Korea Tunnel Realization

The Japan-Korea Tunnel Realization Kyushu Liaison Council has published a collection of policy proposals with an eye toward Kyushu 10 years from now.


Once the undersea tunnel connecting Karatsu, Saga Prefecture, and Busan, South Korea is completed, "the population of people in Kyushu will more than double the current number," and it will be possible to "realize a new path to prosperity that is not dependent on the metropolitan area," said Kenichi Tsukahara of Kyushu University. Professor.


Please see the press materials for details on the proposal collection.

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