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Pakistan to get Japanese technology of auto parts manufacturing
29th January 2015 Pakistan to get Japanese technology of auto parts manufacturing ISLAMABAD: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under “The Project for Technical Support to Auto Parts Manufacturing Industry” has agreed with Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) for a technical assistance for enhancement of auto parts manufacturing industry...
Political tensions behind China Japan economic issues: Beijing
29th January 2015 Political tensions behind China Japan economic issues: Beijing BEIJING: Political tensions are partly to blame for Japanese investment in China recording its biggest fall for almost a quarter of a century, Beijing’s commerce ministry said Thursday. Investment from Japan slid 38.8 percent to $4.33 billion last...
Japan to extend two billion Yen for aid projects
27th January 2015 Japan to extend two billion Yen for aid projects ISLAMABAD: Government of Japan has decided to extend Yen 2 billion to Pakistan for the implementation of two grant aid projects. In this regard, Hiroshi Inomata, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan and Saleem Sethi, Secretary, Economic Affairs Division,...
Japan says working towards freeing hostage and Jordan pilot
27th January 2015 Japan says working towards freeing hostage and Jordan pilot TOKYO: Japan is working with Jordan to free both a Japanese journalist and a Jordanian pilot being held by Islamist extremists, officials said Tuesday, days after militants executed another hostage. The self-styled Islamic State group apparently beheaded Japanese...
Japanese hostage crises: a timeline
25th January 2015 Japanese hostage crises: a timeline TOKYO: The apparent execution of Haruna Yukawa, one of two Japanese hostages being held by Islamic State militants, marks one of the darkest moments in Japan’s experience of kidnapping. Here are some key hostage crises that have embroiled...
Abe: Japan to honour $200 mn aid pledge to IS-hit countries
20th January 2015 Abe: Japan to honour $200 mn aid pledge to IS-hit countries JERUSALEM: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday he would honour a promise of $200 million in aid to countries affected by IS, after the group threatened to kill Japanese hostages. “This posture will not change at all,”...
Stocks-Japan-open
20th January 2015 Stocks-Japan-open TOKYO, Jan 20, 2015 (AFP) – Tokyo stocks opened 0.34 percent higher on Tuesday after European stocks rose on an expected stimulus move by the European Central Bank. The Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange gained...
Two workers die at separate Fukushima nuclear plants: operator
20th January 2015 Two workers die at separate Fukushima nuclear plants: operator TOKYO, Jan 20, 2015 (AFP) – A worker at Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant died Tuesday after falling into a water tank, the country’s nuclear operator said, the second fatal accident to blight efforts to stabilise the tsunami-battered...
Japan marks 20th anniversary of killer quake in Kobe
17th January 2015 Japan marks 20th anniversary of killer quake in Kobe TOKYO: Japan on Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of the Kobe earthquake that killed more than 6,400 people with renewed calls for the quake-prone nation to stay vigilant against the next “Big One.” More than 14,000 people gathered...
Uniqlo pledges to improve factory conditions in China
15th January 2015 Uniqlo pledges to improve factory conditions in China TOKYO: Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo on Thursday pledged to improve working conditions at its Chinese suppliers and beef up monitoring following claims that the firms were putting employees at risk. The chain’s parent company Fast Retailing said it...
Japan proposes joint work on Australia sub fleet: report
5th January 2015 Japan proposes joint work on Australia sub fleet: report TOKYO: Japan is proposing jointly building Australia’s new submarines, instead of exporting a new fleet, a report said Monday, after concerns in Canberra over the effect on the domestic ship-building industry. Under the proposal, Japan’s defense ministry is...
Japan PM Abe pledges reforms to boost economy
1st January 2015 Japan PM Abe pledges reforms to boost economy TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Thursday pledged to carry out crucial structural reforms this year as part his drive to kickstart the economy, while stressing the country remained pacifist as he pursues his nationalist agenda. “This year...
Japan culls 42,000 chickens after second bird flu outbreak
29th December 2014 Japan culls 42,000 chickens after second bird flu outbreak TOKYO: Japan on Monday ordered the slaughter of some 42,000 chickens after officials confirmed the country’s second bird flu outbreak in less than a month. DNA tests confirmed the H5 strain of the virus at a farm in...
Top Japan lab dismisses ground-breaking stem cell study
26th December 2014 Top Japan lab dismisses ground-breaking stem cell study TOKYO- Japan’s top research institute on Friday hammered the final nail in the coffin of what was once billed as a ground-breaking stem cell study, dismissing it as flawed and saying the work could have been fabricated. The...
Japan PM set for re-election after ‘Abenomics’ poll win
24th December 2014 Japan PM set for re-election after ‘Abenomics’ poll win by Shingo ITO TOKYO: – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is set to resume office on Wednesday with a broadly similar cabinet tasked with re-igniting the world’s number three economy following his mid-December election triumph. Abe’s incumbent cabinet...
Tokyo stocks open 1.17% higher
24th December 2014 Tokyo stocks open 1.17% higher TOKYO: – Tokyo stocks opened 1.17 percent higher on Wednesday, boosted by record-setting gains on Wall Street and a weaker yen against the dollar. The Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange started post-holiday trade up 206.90...
Tokyo stocks jump 1.75% at open
19th December 2014 Tokyo stocks jump 1.75% at open TOKYO: – Tokyo stocks leapt 1.75 percent at the open on Friday following sharp gains on Wall Street and a stronger dollar against the yen. The Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange climbed 300.96 points to...
Tokyo stocks up 1.92% by break
19th December 2014 Tokyo stocks up 1.92% by break TOKYO:- Tokyo stocks jumped 1.92 percent Friday morning following sharp gains on Wall Street, while the dollar rose against the yen ahead of the conclusion of a Bank of Japan (BoJ) policy meeting. The Nikkei 225 index at...
BoJ strikes more upbeat view on economy, holds off fresh measures
19th December 2014 BoJ strikes more upbeat view on economy, holds off fresh measures TOKYO: – The Bank of Japan on Friday struck a slightly more upbeat view of the world’s number three economy, saying exports were showing signs of picking up while factory output has started to “bottom out”. The comments...
Heavy snow kills 3, disrupts travel in Japan
18th December 2014 Heavy snow kills 3, disrupts travel in Japan TOKYO: – At least three people have died in heavy snow that has blanketed swathes of Japan, reports said Thursday, with up to two metres (6ft 7ins) lying in some places and more forecast. Two elderly women were...
RugbyU: Force sign Japanese international Yamada
18th December 2014 RugbyU: Force sign Japanese international Yamada SYDNEY:- Dynamic Japanese international Akihito Yamada has signed for Australian Super 15 team Western Force, the club said on Thursday. The try-scoring winger has been recruited for the 2015 season on a one-year contract. He currently plays for...
Tokyo stocks open up 1.92% higher
18th December 2014 Tokyo stocks open up 1.92% higher TOKYO: – Tokyo stocks opened 1.92 percent higher on Thursday, buoyed by the dollar’s jump against the yen and gains on Wall Street. The Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange was up 323.22 points at 17,142.95...
Tokyo stocks jump 2.55% by break
18th December 2014 Tokyo stocks jump 2.55% by break TOKYO: – Tokyo stocks jumped 2.55 percent on Thursday morning, boosted by a rally on Wall Street and a weaker yen after the US Federal Reserve indicated interest rates would be hiked by mid-2015. The Nikkei 225 index...
Tokyo stocks jump 2.55% by break
18th December 2014 Tokyo stocks jump 2.55% by break TOKYO: – Tokyo stocks jumped 2.55 percent on Thursday morning, boosted by a rally on Wall Street and a weaker yen after the US Federal Reserve indicated interest rates would be hiked by mid-2015. The Nikkei 225 index...
Japan trade deficit shrinks again November, but exports weak
17th December 2014 Japan trade deficit shrinks again November, but exports weak TOKYO: – Japan’s trade deficit in November shrank by nearly a third from a year ago, helped by higher exports and falling oil bills, although the volume of shipments to foreign markets remained weak, official data showed Wednesday....
Abe pledges Japan constitution rewrite after election win
15th December 2014 Abe pledges Japan constitution rewrite after election win by Shingo ITO TOKYO: – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday he would work to convince voters of the need to revise Japan’s pacifist constitution the day after scoring a thumping election victory. The premier, who was re-elected...
 
 
 
 
 

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