The government plans to introduce translation systems at about 100 consultation offices to be set up across Japan to provide assistance to foreigners, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga revealed Sunday.

The translation systems will be included in a package of measures the government plans to draw up by the end of the year following the enactment this month of the revised immigration control law to allow more foreigners to join the nation’s workforce.

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