Japanese labor crunch hits service sectors the hardest

TOKYO — Japan’s crippling worker shortage is hitting industries selectively, with businesses heavily reliant on human labor, such as restaurants, builders and shipping companies feeling the most pressure. The Bank of Japan’s latest quarterly survey of …
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