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The operator of the Uber Eats food delivery service in Japan has stopped new hires of students from overseas, a company representative said Thursday, after facing allegations that it illegally employed overstayers last year.

The hiring freeze, effective Aug. 25, will likely affect many foreign students looking for work amid the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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