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Asia | 29 Apr 2020 Japan's Exposed Workers Feel the First Blow from Covid-19
Japan's unemployment rate merely edged up to 2.5% in March, from February's 2.4% rate. It probably will end the year around one percentage point higher, though, with the pain extending through the second half.

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29 Apr 2020 Japan's Exposed Workers Feel the First Blow from Covid-19

By Beamish Freya

Japan's unemployment rate merely edged up to 2.5% in March, from February's 2.4% rate. It probably will end the year around one percentage point higher, though, with the pain extending through the second half.

Posted: 29th Apr 2020 in 'Asia'

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