Japan: Toyota union will not push for wage hikes

Toyota Motor Workers' Union will hold off on a wage hike demand in its annual negotiations with the vehicle manufacturer, the Nikkei reports. The union has attributed this decision to uncertain business conditions. According to the business daily, the union plans to focus on ensuring that workers at Toyota continue to It’s time to log … Continued

Toyota Motor Workers' Union will hold off on a wage hike demand in its annual negotiations with the vehicle manufacturer, the Nikkei reports. The union has attributed this decision to uncertain business conditions.

According to the business daily, the union plans to focus on ensuring that workers at Toyota continue to

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