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Members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum need to join hands to prepare workers for rapid advances in information technology, a meeting of senior labor officials was told Thursday.

APEC faces the growing task of helping workers cope with IT development and globalization, said Hideyuki Sakai, director general of the Human Resources Development Bureau at the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry.

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