Japan’s shift in immigration policy aims to open door to more overseas blue-collar workers

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s cabinet approved draft legislation on Friday to open the door to more overseas blue-collar workers in sectors grappling with labour shortages, a controversial policy shift …
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