Japan’s major delivery companies see $243m hike in labor costs

TOKYO — Four of Japan’s listed delivery companies, including the biggest, Yamato Holdings, expect to see their combined labor costs, including payments for outsourced deliveries, increase 27 billion yen ($243 million) during the current fiscal year.
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