Japan theme park to replace a third of staff with robots

TOKYO — Japanese travel agency and resort operator H.I.S. plans … Chairman and CEO Hideo Sawada said in an interview with Nikkei that he plans to reduce that number to about 800 by around 2021. The displaced workers “will be reassigned to growing …
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