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A vocational training school run by a Japanese firm in northern Vietnam will receive ¥100 million in official development assistance, officials of a government-backed aid agency said.

The school was established in 2012 by Tokyo-based builder Mukai Corp. to get people ready to work in Japan, which is dealing with a labor shortage at construction sites, the officials from the Japan International Cooperation Agency said Saturday.

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