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Japan's unemployment rate dips
AFAR
12/31/2002

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For the first time in eight months, Japanís unemployment has fallen, according to a preliminary report by the Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts, and Telecommunications Ministry. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 5.5% in October to 5.3% in November.

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