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Japan to open more agriculture jobs to foreign trainees

Vertically expanding employers hurt for labor amid outflow of young people

TOKYO -- Japan will offer workers from overseas on-the-job training in processing agricultural goods, seeking to relieve a labor shortage for employers that increasingly handle aspects of the farming business beyond producing.

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