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Many foreign students in Japan who hope to find a job in the country are facing an uphill battle, with a pandemic-driven economic downturn having led many businesses to cut recruitment.

The development raises concerns about a potential outflow to other countries of promising foreign workers accustomed to Japanese culture and language as the world’s third-largest economy grapples with a rapidly graying population.

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