Japanese firms are employing ROBOTS to replace the plummeting working-age population

Japan’s working-age population peaked in 1995 at 87 million … They are also being sought by property developers, food and beverage makers and hotel chains. The Hen na Hotel, or the ‘Odd Hotel,’ near Tokyo Disneyland, for example, bills itself as a …
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