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Japanese companies that built plants in Vietnam to capitalize on its lowly paid workforce are finding the country is no longer such a cheap and abundant source of labor.

Wages have risen steeply in Vietnam in line with the country’s rapid economic development, while fierce competition for skilled workers has increased worker turnover rates at plants built by Japanese firms.

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