(For more stories on the financial crisis click) TOKYO, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Over 30,000 non-regular workers in Japan either have lost or will lose their jobs from October to next March, a government survey showed on Friday, adding to evidence of a deepening recession in the world's No.2 economy. Non-regular employees, including temporary workers, those on contracts and part-timers, are being hit hard by corporate restructuring efforts as Japan gets caught up in the worldwide financial ...
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