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Vietnam's work-life balance lessons for Japan

Live-to-work culture can learn a lot from Southeast Asian neighbor

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Workers at a garment factory in Hung Yen province, outside Hanoi, on January 5.   © Reuters

HANOI -- The country may have built a reputation as a nation of hard workers, but the Japanese habit of putting in endless hours at the office has serious consequences.

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