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Labor office investigates Komatsu plant

Komatsu Ltd., the nation’s top manufacturer of construction machinery, allegedly passed off as loaned workers 160 temporary and contract-based employees dispatched from a temporary staffing and service contract agency to its plant in Hirakata, Osaka it was learnt Wednesday.

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