Japan business lobby agrees to contribute ¥300 billion to expand child care services

The head of the Japan Business Federation (Nippon Keidanren) has accepted Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s request for corporations to help the country expand child care services, to the tune of about ¥300 billion ($2.7 billion). Sadayuki Sakakibara …
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