Criminal construction biz of Japan is “shaky”

crap construction of Japan
Let's slipshod
Here’s your Japanese word of the day, tewonuku—–to cut corners, and slipshod construction is what Japan excels at best. To say that construction of Japan is “shaky” is to say the least of the story. Basically, construction in Japan is a crime. Let’s tewonuku!

Japan’s construction shaky
Japan’s four top general contractors enjoyed revenue growth for the April-December period, but six second-ranking companies are still struggling for survival and their need for greater debt renunciation is putting pressure on Japan’s banking system as a whole and dragging down the speed of the nation’s economic recovery.….more….

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I'm a pale, alien, quadruped who has worked for 25+ years at "Maybe-the-Largest Inc." in Tokyo.

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