3 reasons why Japan wages may rise this year

TOKYO — The Japanese economy may be growing, but wages are not keeping pace, with nominal pay rising just 0.5% on the year in April. While there is no shortage of books and reports explaining this stagnancy, some are expecting wages to start moving higher …
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