Japan’s efforts to end ‘death by overwork’ will have unintended consequences: Deutsche Bank

Japan’s efforts to put the kibosh on karoshi, or “death by overwork,” by addressing excessive overtime could weigh heavily on economic growth, Deutsche Bank said. “Cuts in overtime hours lead to lower household income, corporate earnings, and the economy’s …
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