• Kyodo


The Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers’ Unions said Thursday it will request a basic wage hike at the annual labor-management wage talks this spring.

But the labor group, with a membership of around 762,000, did not set a unified numerical target for increased wages, taking into account the different businesses performances of each auto and parts maker. The confederation said it will leave the setting of specific goals to each member union.

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