TOKYO -- Japan's government is setting up a supervisory body to keep the country's construction industry from underpaying or otherwise mistreating foreign workers.
A law takes affect on Monday that will ease the hiring of workers from abroad, and the government wants to ensure Japanese employers do not earn a reputation which might convince workers from taking opportunities in the country down the road.
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