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Japan starting to pay price for halfhearted courtship of foreign workers

TOKYO -- Immigration is often discussed as a potential solution for shoring up Japan's aging and shrinking workforce. Yet many say Tokyo is not doing enough to compete with other governments that offer international workers greener pastures.

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