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Japan unemployment rate increases for the first time in six months after announcing a state of emergency | RYT9

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The Japanese Ministry of Domestic Affairs and Communications reported today. Japan’s unemployment rate rose to 2.8 percent in April, the first increase in six months, while employment in the service sector fell under the government’s third emergency declaration to control. Epidemic of COVID-19

The report states that The unemployment rate rose from 2.6% in March, but remained below 2.9% in February.

Kyodo news agency reported that In late April, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga declared a third state of emergency in Tokyo and three other western Japanese provinces to tackle the COVID-19 epidemic. Ripple 4 caused by strains that are highly invasive.

The second state of emergency declaration ended on March 21 and the third state of emergency declaration came into effect on 25 April.


– Infoquest Translated and edited by Sarin Rojanawongsakul / Kalayanee Tel. 02-253-5000 ext. 363 Email: [email protected]

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