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Japan industrial policy spotlights AI, foreign labor

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, center

TOKYO -- Japan has hatched new measures to increase industrial productivity and ease its labor shortage with technological innovation and deregulation, charting a path toward the government's ambitious 600 trillion yen ($5.46 trillion) nominal gross domestic product target.

Plans for productivity

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