Japan business lobby seconds call for 3% pay hikes

TOKYO — Top Japanese business lobby Keidanren has urged members to raise wages 3% in this spring’s labor talks, backing government efforts to boost incomes, consumption and, ultimately, prices. “The escape from deflation is within reach,” Yasumi Kudo …
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