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Romancecar Museum Opens In Kanagawa Pref., Near Tokyo

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
Odakyu Electric Railway Co. opened the Romancecar Museum on Monday in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture. The museum showcases 10 cars of five different models of the railway’s signature limited express trains.
Located near Ebina Station on the Odakyu Line, the two-story museum with a to...

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Tokyo Stocks Open Lower On Concerns Japan-China Ties May Worsen

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JAKARTA POST
 
Tokyo stocks opened lower Monday on concerns a joint Japan-US summit statement explicitly mentioning Taiwan may worsen ties between Tokyo and Beijing and affect Japanese firms with strong Chinese ties.
In the first 15 minutes of trading, the 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average shed 123....

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Had Serious Talks About China's Influence In Indo-Pacific

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
 Japan and the United States had serious talks about China's influence in the Indo-Pacific region, and both countries agreed to oppose any attempt to change the status quo by force
Japan and the United States had serious talks about China's influence in the Indo-Pacific region...

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FOCUS: Bidding War May Break Out For Toshiba, More Business Reform Likely

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KYODO NEWS
 
With a recent buyout offer for Toshiba Corp. from a British private equity firm apparently hitting a snag, a bidding war involving other investors may break out for the Japanese industrial conglomerate, industry experts say.
Investor interest in the growth potential of some of Toshib...

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Japan's Top Coal Power Company Scraps Plan For New Plant

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NIKKEI ASIA
 
J-Power cites costs and global pushback for decision on Yamaguchi project
Japan's top coal power producer J-Power canceled the construction of a power plant in Yamaguchi Prefecture, the company said Friday, as it works to curb its dependence on the fossil fuel amid growing regulator...

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New Nissan GT-R NISMO Unveiled In Japan

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JAPAN TODAY
 
YOKOHAMA - Nissan Motor Corp on Wednesday unveiled the newest iteration of the Nissan GT-R NISMO, the company’s flagship GT-R representing continuous evolution toward ultimate driving pleasure.
The Nissan GT-R NISMO, along with a special edition version, are planned to launch in Jap...

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Toshiba: Japan's Troubled Megacorp Facing Buyout Drama

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - Once a shining symbol of Japan's advanced technology and economic power, Toshiba has been rocked by turbulence in recent years, facing scandals and losses before staging a recovery.
The industrial giant dates back to 1875 when its forerunner -- a telegraph factory -- operate...

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Renesas To Reopen Factory As Early As April 19

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
 
Major semiconductor manufacturer Renesas Electronics Corp. has restored the clean room where a fire broke out at its Naka Factory in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki Prefecture, the company has announced.
Renesas Electronics said Saturday that it will now replace the manufacturing equipmen...

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Wealthy Japanese Flying Private In Greater Numbers, ANA Says

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JAPAN TIMES
 
Wealthy people in Japan are turning to private jets in greater numbers as they seek to eschew crowded airports amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The push means that ANA Holdings Inc.’s private jet charter business is expecting sales of ¥1 billion in the 2022 fiscal year, Jun Ka...

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Long Road Ahead For Buyout Offer, Toshiba Board Chair Warns

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JAPAN TODAY
 
A British hedge fund's buyout offer for Toshiba faces a long road, including seeking regulatory approval and additional financing, the chairman of the Japanese firm's board warned Friday.
CVC Capital Partners is reportedly considering a 30 percent premium over Toshiba's current shar...

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