Japan’s attitude to sexual harassment hardens

according to a recent survey run by market research company Kantar on behalf of Nikkei Asian Review. The survey, carried out by Kantar’s Lightspeed division, questioned 2,600 citizens across India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Thailand. It found that …
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