Kajima Corp. on Wednesday agreed to set up a 500 million yen fund to compensate the Chinese victims of a World War II labor camp in Odate, Akita Prefecture, where a major uprising took place toward the end of the war.
The agreement is the first compromise on wartime labor reached between a Japanese company and Chinese victims.
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