Japan Inc to announce pay hikes, seen short of PM Abe’s three percent target

TOKYO (Reuters) – There will be good news and bad news when big Japanese companies announce annual wage hikes on Wednesday: workers will probably get more than last year’s 2 percent, and possibly the most in years, but they will fall short of Prime …
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