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Japan to name and shame more businesses for excessive overtime

Labor ministry widening net after catching few violators

Death from overwork remains a problem in Japan.

TOKYO -- The Japanese government will release the names of companies where workers put in at least 80 hours of overtime a month, stricter than the old threshold of 100 hours, the labor ministry announced Monday amid criticism that the old policy lacked teeth.

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