Japan to ease language criteria for unskilled foreign workers

TOKYO — The Japanese government plans to ease restrictions on unskilled foreign nationals seeking to work in Japan, Nikkei learned Tuesday, as the country grapples with a serious labor shortage, especially in the construction industry. The new policy …
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