Japan’s unions to demand 4% pay raise in spring wage offensive

TOKYO — The Japanese Trade Union Confederation, the national umbrella organization for labor unions known as Rengo, decided on Tuesday to demand an average wage hike of around 4% including age-linked annual raises in next year’s “shunto” spring wage …
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