Roving vans in Japan provide mobile banking, food from home for Brazilian community

OIZUMI, Japan Japan’s nearly 200,000-strong Brazilian immigrant community live in pockets scattered across the middle of the country, clustered around auto parts factories or warehouses where they have jobs. To reach them, Brazilian companies have adopted …
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