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The rights, privileges and protection of workers under the Japanese labor and employment laws do not apply to foreign employees and do not protect foreign employees.

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(訳文) 「日本の労働法や雇用法のもとでは、労働者の権利、特権、および保護(の規定)は外国人の従業員には適用されず、また外国人従業員を保護することもありません。」

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