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Asia | 28 March 2018 Japan's Labour Market to Continue Tightening this Year
Data to be released this Friday should show that Japan's labour market remains tight, though the unemployment rate likely ticked back up in February, to 2.6%, after the erratic drop to 2.4% in January.

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28 March 2018 Japan's Labour Market to Continue Tightening this Year

By Freya Beamish

Data to be released this Friday should show that Japan's labour market remains tight, though the unemployment rate likely ticked back up in February, to 2.6%, after the erratic drop to 2.4% in January.

Posted: 27th Mar 2018 in 'Asia'

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