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Hitachi Elevator

Hitachi’s New Machine Room-Less Elevator To Launch In Asia, M East

Tokyo-headquartered Hitachi Ltd and Hitachi Building Systems announced that they will launch a new machine room-less elevator for Asia and the Middle East on...

Call for Entries: The Asian International Children’s Film Festival 2016

The Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, in cooperation with the National Youth Commission (NYC), is...
Daio Paper

Daio Paper Mulls New Hi-Tech Paper Plant

Daio Paper Corporation, the producer of Japan’s top brand household paper products, is planning to install a new state-of-the-art household paper production facility in...
Japan Tobacco

Japan Tobacco’s Cigarette Sales Fall in April

Japan Tobacco Inc (TSE:2914), a leading Japanese cigarette manufacturing company, saw its cigarettes sales volume dropped 13.5% in April, year-on-year. In a disclosure to the...

Japan Allows Insurers to Cover Infertility Treatment

Japan's Financial Services Agency (FSA) is reportedly planning to allow insurance companies to cover infertility treatment in the country as part of the government's...

GPIF, World’s Biggest Pension Fund, Loses USD64 Billion

Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF), the world's biggest pension fund, just lost USD64 billion in the last quarter, its worst in comparable data...

Bank Lending in Japan Drops in Third Quarter

Data released by the Bank of Japan showed that bank lending in Japan's banks dropped unexpectedly in the third quarter of this year. The data...

Company Shares of Nippon Light Metal (TOKYO:5703) Up 3.33 Percent

TOKYO, JAPAN - Nippon Light Metal Holdings Co Ltd (TOKYO:5703)'s stocks rose 3.33 percent in today's trading session to end the day at 186.0....

Japanese Companies to Raise Capital Spending by 13.9 Percent

TOKYO - Major companies in Japan are planning to raise their domestic capital spending in fiscal 2015 ending next March by 13.9 percent, a...

Japanese Investors Plan Business Expansion, Investments in the Philippines

TOKYO, JAPAN – Several Japanese firms, most of them engaged in manufacturing, have expressed desires to invest or expand their businesses in the Philippines,...

Philippine President Aquino Tackles China-Led AIIB In Japan Visit

TOKYO - Philippine President Benigno Aquino III announced that his country is still studying the proposal to join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank...

Typhoon Noul Batters Japan; Storm ‘Egay’ (Dolphin) To Enter Philippines Next Week

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Typhoon Noul batters the southernmost tiny islands in Japan on Tuesday after leaving destruction and two fatalities in the Philippines, the...

Japan Offers Highest Expatriate Packages in Asia

TOKYO, JAPAN - Expatriates in Japan turned out to earn the highest expat pay and benefits packages in all of Asia, with expatriate manager...

Bank of Japan Holds Off Expanding Monetary Stimulus

TOKYO – Japan’s central bank the Bank of Japan (BOJ), has decided to hold off on expanding monetary stimulus during a board meeting in...

Baidu Shuts Down Search Unit in Japan

TOKYO, JAPAN - Chinese search engine Baidu has announced that it has officially shut down its search engine operation in Japan as part of...

Samsung Takes Off Logo on Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge in Japan

TOKYO, JAPAN - For a still undisclosed reason, Samsung has taken off its corporate logo from its new smartphones - the Galaxy S6 and...

Population of Japan Shrinks by 0.17 Percent in 2014

TOKYO, JAPAN - Japan's population shrunk by 0.17 percent, or by 215,000, to 127,083,000 as of 1 October 2014, government data released on Friday...

Japan, China and South Korea to Launch Visit East Asia Campaign

TOKYO, JAPAN - China, South Korea and Japan might be clashing on several political and territorial disputes but tourism leaders of the three countries...

Suzuki to Build Second Plant, Hire 300 Staff in Myanmar

TOKYO - Japanese carmaker Suzuki is building a new plant in Myanmar with plans to hire around 300 new people as it seeks to...

World’s Oldest Person Misao Okawa Dies After She Stopped Eating

The world's oldest person, Misao Okawa, died 10 days after she stopped eating, sources said. She was 117. Okawa, the world's oldest person according to...