Japanese business relying on foreigners to plug labor holes

TOKYO — As Japan’s labor force continues to shrink, companies are increasingly counting on foreigners to fill the gap, especially in such short-staffed businesses as construction and security. “We face a severe labor shortage on the ground, and we …
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