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Asia | 4 December 2017 Japan's Labour Market is Already Tight, and Getting Tighter
Japan's labour market is already tight, but last week's data suggest it is set to tighten further.

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4 December 2017 Japan's Labour Market is Already Tight, and Getting Tighter

By Freya Beamish

Japan's labour market is already tight, but last week's data suggest it is set to tighten further.

Posted: 3rd Dec 2017 in 'Asia'

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