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Japan's Saizeriya Restaurant 'Develops' Face Mask To Wear When Eating

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JAPAN TIMES
 
Japanese restaurant chain operator Saizeriya Co. has “developed” a face mask for use when eating and drinking, possibly a boon to eateries around the world hit hard by social distancing necessitated by the coronavirus.
The method unveiled by the Italian restaurant chain Friday in a ...

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English Winery To Employ Team In Japan

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THE DRINK BUSINESS
 
The move has been spearheaded by Black Chalk backer and director Kenya Matsumoto, who owns Mayfair Japanese restaurants Cubé and Roketsu.
Matsumoto’s agency, Frontive Holding, will be responsible for the distribution of Black Chalk’s wine in Japan. It also intends to target o...

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UK And Japan Look To Seal Trade Deal Within Month

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BBC
 
 
The UK and Japan hope to agree the details of a post-Brexit trade agreement by the end of the month.
The two sides said they had made progress during two days of face-to-face talks in London.
Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said there was "substantial" agreement in most areas....

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Toyota Warns Of 64% Drop In Full-Year Net Profit

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - Toyota on Thursday warned of a 64 percent drop in full-year net profit and reported a slump in quarterly earnings, as the coronavirus pandemic shreds the global auto market.
Japan's top car maker, which had previously declined to give a bottom-line forecast because of ongoin...

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Japan’s Locked Borders Shake the Trust of Its Foreign Workers

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NEW YORK TIMES
 
A pandemic policy that bars re-entry for many permanent and long-term residents has upended many lives and undercut Tokyo’s efforts to woo global capital and talent.
TOKYO — When Jeff Mazziotta, a director of a nonprofit wildlife conservation organization, left Japan for South Af...

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Bank Of Japan May Extend Corporate Support Amid Pandemic

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank could extend its support for companies’ cash flow management “if deemed necessary,” hinting that the BOJ may extend the original deadline of March 2021 for this aid, launched in response to the surge in infections of the no...

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Summer Bonuses At Major Japan Firms Down 2.17 Percent

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JAPAN TIMES
 
The average summer bonus at major Japanese companies this year dropped 2.17 percent from a year earlier to ¥901,147, a Japan Business Federation survey showed Wednesday.
The average amount fell for the second consecutive year reflecting the global economic slowdown and the novel cor...

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It's Time To Reset Japan's Digital Infrastructure

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JAPAN TIMES
 
This is the second installment of a series in collaboration with the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) Japan, which will explore how the coronavirus pandemic has revealed the need for a reset of the world’s economic and social systems.
Japan i...

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JETRO To Help Companies Export Refined Made-In-Japan Crafts Online

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KYODO NEWS
 
A Japanese government-linked organization will help local companies export made-in-Japan refined crafts including stationery, furniture and accessories through online business meetings with overseas buyers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Japan External Trade Organization has picke...

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Japanese Brokers Say Goodbye To 'Hanko' Seals On Contracts

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NIKKEI ASIAN
 
TOKYO -- SMBC Nikko Securities, a top Japanese brokerage house, will allow clients to open an account without the need to provide 'hanko' seals on their contracts at all its branches starting this month. All they will need is a Nikko sales representative to fill in a form on an iPa...

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