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June 04, 2014 
Shoppers line up in front of cashiers at the Don Quijote's central branch store in Tokyo May 28, 2014.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Shoppers line up in front of cashiers at the Don Quijote's central branch store in Tokyo 
Shoppers line up in front of cashiers at the Don Quijote's central branch store in Tokyo May 28, 2014. Don Quijote and Uniqlo, two of Japan's most successful mass-market retailers, aren't waiting for the government's new growth policies due later this month before implementing their own labour reforms. While many labour-intensive businesses face a shortage of low-wage workers as Japan's economy perks up, discount chain Don Quijote Holdings is drawing in five times more job candidates since it broke with tradition and eased application requirements. Picture taken May 28, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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