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Surprise Gain In Japan's Machinery Orders Points To Solid Business Investment

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THE STAR
 
TOKYO: Japan's machinery orders unexpectedly rose for a third straight month in April, in a sign business investment is holding up even as an intensifying Sino-U.S. trade war and global slowdown pile pressure on the country's export sector.
Cabinet Office data released on Wednesday sho...

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Richard Branson Takes Satellite Launch Business To Japan With Airline ANA

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REUTERS
 
 
TOKYO (Reuters) - Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit said on Thursday it plans to bring its satellite launch system to Japan in partnership with airline operator ANA Holdings Inc, which will provide maintenance and possibly aircraft.
Virgin Orbit’s LauncherOne system is undergoing tes...

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PH, Japan Sign $5.5B Business Deals

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MANILA BULLETIN
 
PRRD Thanks Japan For Expanding Business In PH
TOKYO, Japan — President Duterte thanked Japanese businessmen for their intention to expand operations in the Philippines as the two countries inked 26 business deals worth $5.5 billion Wednesday.
TALKING BUSINESS – President Dutert...

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Mcdonald's Japan Ordered To Pay ¥21 Mil Over Improper Labeling

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JAPAN TODAY
 
McDonald's Co (Japan) has been ordered to pay 21.7 million yen for improperly labeling ingredients for a burger and a muffin, the Consumer Affairs Agency said.
When the fast-food chain sold its Tokyo Roast Beef Burger and Tokyo Roast Beef Muffin products for two months from August 2...

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Toyota's Japan Taxi Becomes An Expensive Olympic Symbol

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - Toyota Motor's Japan Taxi, born in a government committee and designed to be an all-things-to-all-people cab, has become a high-priced icon of Tokyo's budget-busting 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Launched in 2017, the indigo car is the realization of a government projec...

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U.S. Agriculture Secretary Urges Japan To Reach Trade Deal

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THE JOURNAL PIONEER
 
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue urged Japan on Monday to move swiftly to clinch a trade deal with Washington on farm products and other goods, in a way that would treat his country fairly as "premier customer."
"President (Donald) Trump is really...

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Japanese Indicator Points To Recession Amid Fresh Abenomics Risks

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THE STAR
 
TOKYO: Japan may already be in recession, a government assessment of its own economic indicators showed on Monday, as the U.S.-China trade war and weak external demand hurt activity and pose fresh challenges for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's policies.
The country's indexes on leading and...

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Commemorative Coins To Mark Enthronement

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
The government decided at a Cabinet meeting Friday to issue coins to commemorate the enthronement of the Emperor. A total of 50,000 gold coins with a face value of ¥10,000 and 5 million copper coins with a face value of ¥500 will be minted.
Of the gold coins, 20,000 will be sold ...

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Japan's Labor Shortage Eats Away At Back-Breaking Work Culture

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO  -  When she worked in sales for a Japanese bank, Chihiro Narazaki was passed over for the best assignments in favor of older colleagues. Her input was discouraged and she often stayed late just to do routine paperwork.
The 29-year-old knew where this was heading: her father, ...

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Back To The Grind: Workers In Japan Return After Extended Golden Week Holiday

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JAPAN TIMES
 
The nation went back to work following this year’s unprecedented 10-day Golden Week holiday on Tuesday — the first working day of the Reiwa Era.
Naoto Tokunaga, 24, showed up at his office near Tokyo Station 30 minutes earlier than usual because he was impatient to get there.
“Due t...

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