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Toyota Suspends Some Japan Factory Production Due To COVID Outbreak

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ECONOMIC TIMES
 
Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it would suspend the second shift operation of that day at one production line at its factory in central Japan due to an outbreak of COVID-19.
A total of 16 workers at the Tsutsumi factory in Aichi Prefecture have been infected, the company said ...

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Japan’s Kishida Backs Sweden’s NATO Bid

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ARAB NEWS
 
Japan hopes to strengthen its relations with Sweden further as partners sharing basic values, Kishida added.
Japanese Prime Minister KISHIDA Fumio on Wednesday expressed support for Sweden’s bid to join NATO in a meeting with his Swedish counterpart, Magdalena Andersson, on Wednesday....

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Japan To Attend G20 Financial Leaders Meet: Finance Minister

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THE JAKARTA POST
 
Japan is preparing to attend a gathering of financial leaders from the Group of 20 economic powers next week, its finance minister said on Friday, as Western nations sought the expulsion of Russia from the forum and said they would skip sessions where Moscow is represented.
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KBRI Helps Expedite Indonesia-Japan Business Cooperation

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ANTARA NEWS
 
Japanese private enterprises Rise Holdings and J. Shangri-La Medical Holdings inked two business agreements in the health sector with their local partner in Indonesia, Pelangi Mitra Selaras. The agreements were facilitated by Indonesian Embassy (KBRI) in Tokyo.
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Th...

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Yen Tumbles As Bank Of Japan Intervenes To Keep Bond Yields Pinned Down

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CNBC
 
Key PointsThe dollar rose to as high as 123.1 yen in morning trade, its strongest since December 2015, and was last at 122.9, up 0.7% on the day. It has climbed nearly 6% on the yen in the last 12 sessions.The BOJ, on Monday morning offered to buy unlimited amounts of 10-year Japanese gove...

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Toyota To Close Japanese Factories After Suspected Cyber-Attack

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BBC
 
Toyota will shut down all 14 of its factories in Japan on Tuesday after a possible cyber-attack.
News site Nikkei, which first reported the shutdown, said supplier Kojima Industries Corporation suspected it had been hit by a cyber-attack, causing a halt in production.
Japanese factories acc...

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Japan's Marubeni To Sell Gavilon Grain Business To Glencore Arm For $1.1 Bln

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REUTERS
 
Japanese trading house Marubeni Corp will sell the grains business of its U.S. unit Gavilon to commodities trader Glencore PLC's (GLEN.L) Viterra arm for $1.125 billion, plus working capital, Viterra said on Wednesday.
Marubeni said it expected to gain a total of 300 billion to 400 bill...

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Japanese Companies Hunt for Low-Carbon Solutions

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NHK
 
One focus at COP26 is the global carbon market, and Japan is coming under pressure to get moving on its own scheme.
As NHK World's Nochi Haruka explains, that's sparking demand from businesses that need help figuring out a low-carbon future.
 
 

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Japanese Venture Launches $680,000 'Hoverbike'

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NHK
 
A Tokyo-based venture firm has unveiled its so-called "hoverbike", a motorcycle-type vehicle that flies through the air like something out of a sci-fi movie.
A.L.I. Technologies gave a demonstration of the manned drone at a motor circuit in central Japan and started taking orders on Tuesday...

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Tokyo Game Show 2021 Starts Online Again

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
 The Tokyo Game Show 2021 kicked off on Thursday in an online format, just like last year, amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, with most companies offering a peek into their new games through online platforms.
With restrictions placed on large-scale events to prevent the spread ...

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