Japan to curb asylum seekers’ right to work from Monday even as it struggles with tight labor market

Japan will limit the right of asylum seekers to work starting on Monday, likely incresing their numbers in detention centers, where almost half a million already live. Japan has one of the world’s toughest refugee systems, and only accepted ten refugees …
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