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Outside in

11 Feb 2019 By Pete Sweeney

From sumo rings to convenience stores to boardrooms, immigrants are changing the way the world’s third-largest economy works. Their presence is politically awkward, but demographically essential. Policies that internationalise Japanese citizens would help ease the transition.

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