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Japan's gender wage gap persists despite progress

Women earn 73% what men do

Wages for female workers increased 1.1% in 2016 while pay for their male counterparts remained flat.

TOKYO -- Japanese women's wages hit an all-time high last year, but they continued to earn far less than men.

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