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Japan ministries said to inflate counts of disabled civil servants

Quotas allegedly filled without sufficient verification, possibly for decades

All of the ministries claimed to have met the 2.5% minimum threshold.

TOKYO -- The Japanese government appears to have overstated its employees with disabilities by possibly more than 1,000, with a growing number of ministries and regional bodies admitting to issues that may go back decades.

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