Summer bonuses fall for first time in five years

according to a final tally by the Japanese Business Federation (Keidanren). The average bonus fell 2.98 percent from a year earlier to ¥878,172, the first drop since 2012, after the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, according to the tally …
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