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Gov’t to grant 1 mil. yen to firms hiring part-timers as full-timers

The government is drafting a new employment stimulus package under which it will grant a subsidy of up to 1 million yen per person to companies hiring non-student part-timers as full-time employees, informed sources said Tuesday.

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