Bosses in Japan eager to invest in workers, but not through higher pay

TOKYO — With staff getting harder to come by, nearly 60% of top executives at major Japanese companies are inclined to invest more in training and educating personnel in fiscal 2018, according to a Nikkei Inc. survey. Yet despite the widespread sense that …
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