A street in Japan.
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DUBAI – Japanese Ambasador to Pakistan Kuninori Matsuda said that Japan wants to hire more skilled workers from Pakistan.
Matsuda said that Japan will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Pakistani government to hire more skilled Pakistanis.
The ambassador said that Pakistan is among the top ten countries Japan was looking to hire skilled workforce.
Work visas will be given to Pakistanis who must learn to speak the Japanese language, Matsuda said.
Pakistani workers would also be able to bring their families to Japan after spending five successive years there, the official added. ICA/Expat Media
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