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Japan Company Uhuru Signs Mou For Smart City Business In Saudi Arabia

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ARAB NEWS
 
Tokyo-based Uhuru Corporation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Web Arabia, an IT company operating in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh, to promote smart city-related business in the Kingdom.
Web Arabia specializes in smart city solutions and is a subsidiary of Metscco Heavy ...

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Toyota to Resume Prius Production on June 17

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JAPAN NEWS
 
Toyota Motor Corp. said Thursday that it will resume production of its Prius hybrid car at a plant in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, central Japan, on June 17 after over two months of suspension due to a recall.
Dealers nationwide will start accepting requests for repairs associated with ...

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Sony Group To Boost Anime Business As Major Revenue Source

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KYODO NEWS
 
Sony Group Corp. said Thursday it will boost its animation business by utilizing its leading-edge technologies, aiming to make it a major revenue source after games, music and movies.
The electronics and entertainment conglomerate said it will introduce newly-developed animation-crea...

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Pair Of Premium Yubari Melons Sell For ¥3 Million

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JAPAN TODAY
 
A pair of melons grown in Yubari in Hokkaido, fetched 3 million yen at the first auction of the season in Sapporo on Friday.
The auction was held at at the Sapporo City Central Wholesale Market from 7 a.m., Hokkaido Broadcasting Corp reported. The buyer was Hokuyupack Co, a melon pa...

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Softbank Corp To Help Call Center Workers By 'Softening' Angry Customer Calls With AI

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Dealing with irate customers can be extremely stressful for call center workers but Japan's SoftBank Corp thinks it has a solution: artificial intelligence-enabled software that softens the tone of customers' voices.
The country's third-largest telecoms provider aims to begin testin...

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Toshiba To Cut 6% Of Domestic Workforce In Big Revamp After Delisting

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Toshiba Corp said Thursday it will slash up to 6 percent of its workforce in Japan by offering staff early retirement packages and reduce redundant operations by integrating key subsidiaries, in its first major revamp plan for turning its business around after going private late las...

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Bank Of Japan In No Rush To Sell Risky Asset Holdings

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BUSINESS TIMES
 
BANK of Japan (BOJ) governor Kazuo Ueda said the central bank has no immediate plan to sell its huge holdings of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which is drawing increased attention as a potential source of revenue to fund government initiatives.
“We must spend some time in decidin...

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Japan’s Economy Contracts In First Quarter

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CNN
 
Japan’s economy contracted in the first quarter, squeezed by weaker consumption and external demand and throwing a fresh challenge to policymakers as the central bank looks to lift interest rates away from near-zero levels.
Preliminary gross domestic product (GDP) data from the Cabinet Offi...

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Over 80,000 Foreigners Working At Convenience Stores In Japan

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Over 80,000 foreign nationals work part-time in Japan's three major convenience store chains, data collected by Kyodo News showed Wednesday, in a trend likely to continue amid labor shortages from an aging population.
Foreign workers now represent around 10 percent of the part-time ...

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Japan’s Allure Of Rich Heritage, Culture And Experiences Driving Growth In Superyacht Cruising

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MARINE NEWS BUSINESS
 
Kenta Inaba, GMBA Japan, provides an update on the Japanese superyacht sector at the recent GMBA conference Singapore.
Japan, with its vast coastline and abundant maritime resources, is becoming a prime destination for Superyachts. Japan has often been referred to as an Oce...

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