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The welfare ministry may revise the social relief program and stop providing livelihood subsidies to people who are able to work but refuse to undergo job training, sources said.

A record increase in the number of people receiving livelihood subsidies has prompted the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry to consider toughening its stance on the provision of such payments, the sources said Friday.

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