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Japan Business Mood Sours To Six-Year Low As Trade War Bites

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THE GUARDIAN
 
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese big manufacturers' business confidence worsened to a six-year low in the July-September quarter, a central bank survey showed, a sign the bitter U.S.-China trade war is taking a heavier toll on the export-reliant economy.
Sentiment of non-manufacturers al...

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South Koreans Are Canceling Vacations To Japan And Boycotting Its Beer In A Trade War More Bitter Than Trump’s Feud With China

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BUSINESS INSIDER
 
·  South Korea and Japan are engaged in an unrelenting trade war, which has seen both sides curb vital exports and remove each other as preferred trading partners.
·  The feud is reigniting more than 100 years of tension between the two nations, which involved Japan colonizing ...

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Japan Targets South Korea’s Future Industries In Impending Trade War

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BUSINESS INQUIRER
 
SEOUL — With just a couple of days remaining for Japan’s decision on removing South Korea from its whitelist of trusted trade partners, the Seoul government and businesses are ratcheting up efforts to protect industries that could be potentially hit by the move.
The chances ar...

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Osaka To Kyoto Sightseeing Train With Traditional Japanese Interior Is As Beautiful As Promised

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - When touring around the Kansai area, there’s a whole lot to see and not always enough time. A popular way to ensure that you don’t waste precious time during your trip is to travel by sightseeing train.
The Kyo-train, ran by Hankyu railways, is a sightseeing express which al...

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Japan's Jobless Rate Steady, Tokyo June Core CPI Rises 0.9%

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THE STAR ONLINE
 
TOKYO: Core consumer prices in Tokyo rose 0.9 percent in June from a year earlier, government data showed on Friday.
The core consumer price index for Japan’s capital, which includes oil products but excludes fresh food prices, compared with economists' median estimate for a 0.9...

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Japan To Charge International Visitors A Departure Tax

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USA TODAY
 
Leaving Japan will get a little costlier for travelers starting this week.
Japan’s National Tax Agency Ministry in Finance on Monday instituted the “International Tourist Tax” on most international travelers leaving Japan. It is widely known as the “sayonara tax.”
Airlines and cruise ...

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Japan's Tourism Industry Looks To LGBT Market

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JAPAN TIMES
 
 
Japan’s tourism industry is looking for ways to attract LGBT visitors from overseas and take advantage of their tendency to spend more than average tourists.
Tourism-related businesses all over the world are “scrambling” to attract LGBT travelers, who have “considerable purchasing...

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Takeda Shareholders Agree To $60 Bil Shire Acquisition

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO  -  Shareholders at Japanese drug giant Takeda on Wednesday approved a plan to buy Irish pharmaceuticals firm Shire in a deal worth around $60 billion, the biggest foreign takeover ever by a Japanese firm.
A group of rebel investors, including members of the founding family, t...

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Takeda Sets Vote Date, Aims to Close US$62 Billion Shire Deal Jan. 8

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CHANNEL NEWS ASIA
 
Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical will hold an investor vote on its US$62 billion acquisition of Shire next month and aims to close the deal on Jan. 8, signaling its confidence in securing the required support.
LONDON: Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical will hold an investor vote on it...

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Japan to Provide Loan to Help Malaysia Battle Debt Problem

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WASHINGTON POST
 
TOKYO — The leaders of Malaysia and Japan agreed Tuesday that Japan will issue yen-denominated bonds of up to 200 billion yen ($1.8 billion) to help the Southeast Asian country battle its large government debt.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Japan also will provide loan...

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