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Kenichi Yasuda Navigates International Business And Labor Law For Foreigners

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - In today's changing economy and society, legal issues are becoming more diverse and complex. This creates a greater need for the services of lawyers such as Kenichi Yasuda of Dojima Law Office. Established in in Osaka in 1957, Dojima Law Office opened its Tokyo office in 201...

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Nasscom, Japan Join Hands To Match Startups And Tech Firms With Vcs

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BUSINESS STANDARD
 
Nasscom has been looking to expand into more markets to reduce its over dependence on US and UK, which together make up more than 70 per cent of its exports, as of last financial year.
Industry body National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) and the Japa...

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British Businesses Go For Gold In Japan

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GOV.UK
 
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on the horizon, latest figures show that UK annual exports to Japan total nearly £15 billion.
It is six months to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the demand for British goods and services among Japanese consumers is soaring, having grown by 32% in the la...

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Mcdonald’s Japan To Release Its First Ever Rice Bun Burgers

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - With lobster mayo nugget sauce, purple potato and chocolate sauce fries, and even the strangely named Adult Cream Pies, McDonald's Japan's seasonal offerings never come to a stand still. That trend continues with their latest addition to their Yoru Mac (Night Mac) menu--McDo...

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Japan Arrests Ex-Softbank Employee Suspected Of Spying For Russia

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CHANNEL NEWS ASIA
 
Japanese police have arrested a former SoftBank employee for allegedly stealing proprietary information from the telecom giant and giving it to Russian officials, police and media reports said Sunday.
Tokyo - Japanese police have arrested a former SoftBank employee for alleged...

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Anxiety About Wuhan's Isolation Mounting Among Japanese Firms

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JAPAN TODAY
 
BEIJING - As public transportation services have been suspended in Wuhan, anxiety is mounting among Japanese people that their colleagues may be isolated in the central Chinese city, where a new, deadly coronavirus is believed to have originated.
Many Japanese companies operating in...

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Softbank-Backed Cloudminds Slashes Workforce

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
TOKYO (Reuters) — SoftBank-backed cloud robotics and artificial intelligence start-up CloudMinds is slashing its global workforce as it burns through cash after repeated attempts to list on the stock market, people familiar with the matter said.
Headed by former China Mobile rese...

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Sellers petition for antitrust probe over Rakuten free shipping

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - A group of merchants on Rakuten Inc's online shopping mall on Wednesday submitted a petition with some 4,000 signatures to the Japan Fair Trade Commission, asking it to investigate the e-commerce giant's planned "free shipping" policy. 
The union of more than 300 sellers on ...

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Japan Top Business Lobby Urges Review In Seniority-Based Employment

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THE MAINICHI
 
 
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan's most powerful business lobby on Tuesday called on member companies to review the country's long-held employment practices, including automatic pay raises based on seniority and service longevity, amid the need to attract talent in a competitive and fast-d...

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A Roadmap For Repairing Rural Mobility In Japan - And Beyond

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WE FORUM
 
 Outside its cities, Japan's public transport system is in decline.Rural mobility is crucial to quality of life for many Japanese, especially odler generations.A new set of principles for rural mobility reform can help decision-makers address this issues usefully.Japan’s public transit...

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