Investors lose out as 1 in 4 Japanese companies end shareholder benefits without raising dividends

Shareholder benefit programs are popular among individual investors in Japan, but not among foreign investors.

More and more listed companies in the country are cutting their employee benefit programs, citing the need to respect the principle of equal treatment of all shareholders.

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