March 27, 2015
Washington, March 26 (Jiji Press)--U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter hailed Japan's work to develop a new legal framework for national security as a historic move when he met with Masahiko Komura, vice president of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party, in Washington Thursday.
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（例文） Some companies provide benefits in kind, such as meal vouchers and accommodation, under employee benefit plans.
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