Japan to extend work permits to deal with acute labor shortage

TOKYO — In a bid to increase the number of foreign workers to alleviate the country’s labor shortage, Japan will introduce a new residency status for foreign technical intern trainees as early as April 2019. Foreign nationals who have finished a five-year …
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