Nintendo of Japan has updated their terms and conditions to allow their customer service staff to decline repair requests if they are facing harassment.
An update to Nintendo’s Japanese repair and warranty regulations in October gives its workers certain benefits.
The Japanese company has warned customers that they may no longer be eligible for a product repair or replacement if they are found to have misbehaved with staff.
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This includes cases where a member of staff has been threatened or verbally abused, or where a customer may have been deliberately wasting their time.
Japan Q3 GDP shrinks as high inflation, weakening yen bite
investing.com – Nov 15
The Japanese economy unexpectedly shrank in the third quarter, preliminary data showed on Tuesday, as worsening inflation levels and further depreciation in the yen severely undercut economic growth in the country.
Toyota joins other Japan companies to make next-generation chips
Nikkei – Nov 11
Toyota Motor and around nine other Japanese companies will team up with the government to launch a new entity to develop and make next-generation semiconductors, Nikkei has learned, aiming to establish manufacturing processes by the late 2020s.
Ferrari, Lamborghini and other supercar sales boom in Japan
theedgemarkets.com – Nov 09
Ferraris, Lamborghinis and other supercars are seeing an unprecedented sales boom in Japan, fueled by pent-up, post-Covid-lockdown demand from wealthy buyers, who also see the vehicles as good investments amid a weakening yen and soaring used-car prices.
Japan’s govt sounds alarm over America’s EV tax credits
freemalaysiatoday.com – Nov 07
Japan’s government warned on Saturday that new electric vehicle tax credits in the United States could ultimately deter further investment by the Japanese there and hit employment in the world’s biggest economy.
Tourists return to Japan, but where are the workers?
Nikkei – Nov 06
Japanese airports and hotels are scrambling to handle the influx of tourists streaming across reopened borders, as staffs that withered to skeletal levels during the pandemic have not rebounded to match the rise in customers.
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