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Coronavirus

Itochu and Keyence lead Japan's return to the office

Companies find individual answers for productivity on site versus at home

Commuters in Tokyo: Though many companies have experimented with teleworking amid the pandemic, not all see it as a long-term possibility.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Itochu and Keyence quickly brought workers back to the office after the nationwide state of emergency caused by the coronavirus was lifted, as companies across Japan consider whether teleworking is a viable option for them over the long term.

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