"in term"?


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Hello everyone.

When I was reading the Japan Times, I ran into the following sentence "As the absolute supply of labor shrinks, companies are offering better terms of employment and higher pay, which in term prompts a positive supply response." I don't get the "in term" part. Would you explain its meaning to me? I cannot help thinking this is a typo for "in turn".

Thanks in advance.
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