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Japan's January Factory Output Beats Forecasts But Slowdown Expected

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THE TELEGRAM
 
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's factory output rose more than expected in January, providing some relief for policymakers amid heightened risks of a recession as the coronavirus outbreak in China disrupts supply chains and business activity.
The world's third-largest economy shrank at th...

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Stocks Continue To Fall

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
TOKYO (Jiji Press) — Tokyo stocks fell further on Wednesday, with investor sentiment dampened by fears over a global spread of the new coronavirus, which originated in China.
The Nikkei average of 225 selected issues on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange dropped 179.22...

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U.S.-Japan Business Relations to be Discussed

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INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS
 
INDIANAPOLIS - The Japan-America Society of Indiana will Wednesday host its annual summit, focusing on the business trends and developments in the U.S.-Japan relationship.
The Japan Currents Symposium 2020 brings together business and government leaders, and other stakeh...

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Dentsu's Shares Slide To 7-Year Lows On Olympics Cancelation Fears

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - Dentsu Group Inc's shares slid for a sixth day to seven-year lows on Wednesday, with the spread of the coronavirus raising worries that the Olympic Games in Tokyo will be cancelled and bring pain for Japan's largest ad agency.
The virus epidemic has roiled global markets as ...

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Bank Of Japan Will Be 'Fully Prepared' To Act On Coronavirus Risk: Kuroda

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
Kuroda said there was no major change to the BOJ's projection that Japan's economy would keep recovering moderately thanks to an expected rebound in global growth around mid-year
The Bank of Japan will be fully prepared to take necessary action to mitigate the impact of the co...

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Outbreak, Economic Ills Dim Luster of Japan's Olympic Year

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US NEWS
 
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should be basking in the limelight this year in the run-up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
TOKYO (AP) — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should be basking in the limelight this year in the run-up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Instead, the virus outbreak that has sp...

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Olympic Crowd Crush Expected As Japan Inc Rules Out Work From Home

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - When Emi Tanimura failed to find a daycare slot for her new-born daughter, she had to take a radical step for Japan to avoid a long time away from her job at communications firm Sunny Side Up. She started working from home.
Now a mother of two, she still works flexible hours...

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Walmart’s Struggling Japan Unit Finds Niche With Online Groceries

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
TOKYO (Reuters) — Walmart Inc. might finally have found the sweet spot in Japan’s food market with a fast-growing venture ranked third in a nascent online grocery sector, as the brick-and-mortar stores it bought into two decades ago continue their search for profit.
The barely ye...

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Japan’s Largest Bank Invests Over US$700m In Grab

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THE STAR
 
TOKYO: Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. is investing more than $700 million in Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab, gaining access to millions across the region that use the mobile app to book cars and meals.
The Japanese financial institution intends to market a range o...

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Masayoshi Son's Big Real Estate Venture With Oyo Runs Into Real Problems In Japan

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JAPAN TIMES
 
Last March, months before the meltdown at WeWork, Masayoshi Son worked through the prospects for another one of his favorite portfolio companies — a startup from India called Oyo.
In a spacious conference hall at his Tokyo headquarters, the billionaire huddled with lieutenants from ...

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