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Japan's housekeeping market struggles to clean up

Tough feedback on quality, rates illustrates service's unmet potential

A staffer at housekeeping service provider Bears organizes a shelf.

TOKYO -- Japan looks to turn housekeeping into a full-fledged service sector with the debut of a new certification scheme and by welcoming foreign workers, but obstacles tied to quality and rates inhibit the development of these businesses.

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