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Japan to tighten oversight of foreign workers

Proposal last week to accept more overseas workers sparks concerns about safety

Japan is taking steps to let in more foreign workers in fields suffering from labor shortages, such as nursing care.

TOKYO -- A week after vowing to take in more workers from overseas, Japanese lawmakers on Tuesday responded to concerns about an influx of foreigners by promising to strengthen oversight of international residents.

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