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Talks to decide minimum wages in Japan are said to have stalled, as members of a government panel on the matter remain divided in the final stage of discussions.

Management and labor representatives on a subcommittee of the Central Minimum Wages Council, which advises the labor minister, share the view that minimum wages need to be raised to fight soaring prices.

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