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Asia | 9 October 2017 Japan's Wages Continue to Grow, the Party of Hope Reveals Policy
Japanese average regular wages increased at an annualised rate of 0.6% in the three months to August compared with the previous three months, matching the rate in July.

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9 October 2017 Japan's Wages Continue to Grow, the Party of Hope Reveals Policy

By Freya Beamish

Japanese average regular wages increased at an annualised rate of 0.6% in the three months to August compared with the previous three months, matching the rate in July.

Posted: 6th Oct 2017 in 'Asia'

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