Japan seeks to attract workers, tourists to quake-hit region

TOKYO — Japan aims to attract more workers and tourists to the northeastern region of Tohoku, which is still trying to rebuild its economy from a devastating earthquake and tsunami nearly six years ago. Starting in April, government programs will provide …
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