Half of Japan’s eateries plan price hikes this year

TOKYO — Spending more on ingredients and increasingly scarce workers, nearly half of restaurant operators in Japan plan to raise prices this fiscal year, a Nikkei survey shows. The poll from mid-March to late April targeted 551 companies with food service …
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