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New LCC Terminal Opens At Centrair

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
TOKONAME, Aichi (Jiji Press) — A new terminal for low-cost carriers was opened at Chubu Centrair Airport near Nagoya on Friday, raising expectations for a boost to the number of foreign visitors to the Chubu region.
Terminal 2 at the Centrair airport is the third dedicated LCC te...

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Commercial Land Prices Outside Japan's 3 Largest Urban Areas Rise For 1st Time In 28 Years

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - The average price of land for commercial use outside Japan's three largest metropolitan areas -- Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya -- has risen for the first time since 1991, as an influx of foreign tourists has been reviving the country's real estate scene, according to government da...

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More Than 270 Flights Cancelled Due To Typhoon

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NHK WORLD
 
Typhoon Tapah has caused the cancellation of 276 domestic flights to and from Okinawa area airports as of 9 a.m. Saturday.
They include 92 All Nippon Airways flights and 48 operated by Japan Airlines.
Other affected carriers are Skymark Airlines with 34 flights, Japan Air Commuter wit...

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Japanese Parent Company Pulls Plug On Albemarle & Bond Over Brexit

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THE GUARDIAN
 
Daikokuya Holdings seeks buyer after branches of UK pawnbrokers were shuttered last week
The Japanese company behind the pawnbroker Albemarle & Bond pulled the plug on the business amid concern that its losses would increase after Brexit, it has emerged, shedding light on the myste...

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S Korean Beer Imports From Japan Plunge 97%

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JAPAN TODAY
 
SEOUL - South Korean imports of Japanese beer slumped almost to zero last month in the face of a consumer boycott sparked by a bitter trade and historical dispute between Seoul and Tokyo, data showed Monday.
Japanese companies shipped $223,000 worth of beer to South Korea in August,...

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Democratic Republic Of Congo Boosts Business Ties With Japan

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EURO NEWS
 
Top African business leaders joined heads of state and government at the seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development.
Their presence at the summit in Yokohama highlighted a shift in policy, as Tokyo changes its focus on Africa from aid to investment.
Japan has long b...

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Japanese Beef Exports To U.S. Set To Expand

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
Japan and the United States have agreed to scrap a 200-ton annual low-tariff quota for Japanese beef exports under a new bilateral trade agreement reached in principle, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned.
Under the agreement, Japanese beef would be subject to a different low-tariff ...

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Yahoo Japan making tender offer for retailer Zozo at $3.7B

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AIRDRIE TODAY
 
TOKYO — Yahoo Japan Corp. announced a tender offer worth an estimated 400 billion yen ($3.7 billion) for Zozo Inc., a Japanese online retailer started by a celebrity tycoon.
Zozo Chief Executive Yusaku Maezawa told reporters Thursday at a Tokyo hotel that he was stepping down to d...

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Wework Presses On With IPO, Pushing Softbank Into Corner

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
Reuters - Office-sharing start-up WeWork is pressing ahead with plans to go public despite lukewarm interest in its shares, three sources said, leaving its largest investor, SoftBank Group, with a stark choice: take a haircut or pony up even more cash.
The We Company, WeWork’s pa...

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Japanese Gov't Backs Nissan CEO Saikawa's Resignation

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - The Japanese government on Tuesday supported Nissan Motor Co CEO Hiroto Saikawa's decision to resign for accepting millions of yen in extra remuneration, saying it shows the carmaker's new corporate oversight reforms are functioning.
"The resignation proves that corporate go...

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