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Japan immigration

Foreign workers should be taught Japanese, say lawmakers

Proposed legislation mandates companies to send employees to school

A bill being developed would make educating foreign nationals in Japanese a national obligation.

TOKYO -- Japanese legislators have drafted a bill requiring the government to ensure that foreign workers receive an adequate language education, such as by providing subsidies to localities assisting in such efforts and companies putting them on their payrolls.

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