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Japan Considers Easing Covid-19 Curbs In Tokyo, Osaka From June 21

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
The Japanese government is considering easing the Covid-19 restrictions in Tokyo and Osaka from June 21, an official said.
Tokyo and Osaka are likely to be kept under a quasi-state of emergency with less tough measures to be implemented, and the state of emergency for most of ...

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Olympian Yamaguchi Says Japan 'Cornered' Into Holding Tokyo Games

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
One of Japan's best-known Olympians and an executive member of the Japanese Olympic Committee says Tokyo has been cornered into holding the games during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an outspoken editorial published Friday, Kaori Yamaguchi said the International Olympic Committee,...

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Olympian Yamaguchi Says Japan 'Cornered' Into Holding Tokyo Games

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
One of Japan's best-known Olympians and an executive member of the Japanese Olympic Committee says Tokyo has been cornered into holding the games during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an outspoken editorial published Friday, Kaori Yamaguchi said the International Olympic Committee,...

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Tokyo Games Cancelation Likely To Cost Japan ¥1.81 Tril: Nomura

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Canceling the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics this summer would cost Japan around 1.81 trillion yen ($17 billion), a research institute estimate showed Tuesday, as Japan scrambles to curb coronavirus infections with the major sporting event now just two months away.
The Nomura Resear...

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Of Losses As Asia-Pacific Markets Rise Tokyo Motor Show Canceled

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. said Thursday it will cancel the Tokyo Motor Show scheduled for this autumn.
“We thought about doing something online, but we decided that it would be difficult to provide the main program that would let many visitors appreciat...

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Japan Spends Millions On Technology For Absent Olympic Fans

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RUTLAND HERALD
 
 
TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s top telecommunications company is getting 7.3 billion yen — about $67 million — in taxpayer money to design mobile tracking software to curb the spread of coronavirus infections during the Tokyo Olympics.
There's one catch: Few Olympic fans from abroad will...

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Olympic Host Japan Will Not Take Part In China Vaccine Offer

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
 Japan will not take part in China's offer accepted by the International Olympic Committee to provide vaccines for participants" in the postponed Tokyo Games and next year's Beijing Winter Games
Japan will not take part in China's offer accepted by the International Olympic Co...

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Restaurant Sales Fall Record 15.1 % In Japan In 2020

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JAPAN TIMES
 
Restaurant sales in Japan in 2020 plunged 15.1% from the previous year on an all-store basis, the steepest fall since statistics began in 1994, due to the fallout from the new coronavirus epidemic, the Japan Food Service Association said Monday.
The number of customers at pubs and o...

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Toyota To Make 10 Types Of EV In Indonesia As Part Of Its $2b Investment Push Until 2025

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JAKARTA GLOBE
 
Jakarta. Japanese automotive giant Toyota plans to introduce 10 electric vehicles to the Indonesian market over the next five years, as part of its $2 billion investment pledge to support the Southeast Asian country's push to develop a world-class electric vehicle industry and red...

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Nissan Employee Testifies Against American On Trial In Japan

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AP NEWS
 
A Nissan employee testified Tuesday that he worked with another former Nissan executive, American Greg Kelly to find ways to pay the automaker’s former chairman, Carlos Ghosn without fully disclosing his compensation.
Toshiaki Ohnuma, a star witnesses for the prosecution, described to t...

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