Japan’s equity market ended higher for the second consecutive session on Wednesday, December 22, 2021, as sentiment strengthened on monitoring overnight advances on Wall Street. Market gains, however, were capped due to coronavirus concerns after reports emerged that community spread of Omicron had been detected in the westernRead More →

The Japanese stock market ended the session higher on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, ending two days of losing streak as investors looked for heavily damaged stocks in hopes the recent sell-off was overdone and after the company American Micron Technology has exceeded market expectations by publishing more solid quarterly results.Read More →

International students enrolled in Japanese universities need to know when they can return. The country previously said it would accept foreign nationals (including those registered to study in Japan) in November but with the new Omicron variant, the government implemented a new ban, stressing many stranded students. Not only doRead More →

(Tokyo) – The Japanese government should sever ties with the Burmese military and immediately suspend an overseas military studies program involving Burmese cadets, Human Rights Watch said today. On February 1, 2021, the Burmese army, known as Tatmadaw, staged a coup and installed a junta that overturned democratic elections. AsRead More →

The Japanese stock market ended lower for the second consecutive session on Monday, December 20, 2021, as risk aversion liquidated across the board following broadly negative signals from Wall Street on Friday. Meanwhile, selling pressure has intensified amid concerns about the impact of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, withRead More →

Over the weekend, according to NHK, the Japanese public broadcaster, Osaka firefighters began urgent on-site inspections of buildings with a single staircase, identifying nearly 5,500 of those structures in the city of nearly 2, 7 million. The firefighters checked that these exits were not blocked. Two years ago, another arsonRead More →

JEDDAH: Government authorities in Saudi Arabia continue to intensify their labor reforms to improve the working environment and strengthen laws to protect workers’ rights and establish an attractive working environment. Last year, the Saudi Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development launched a labor reform initiative that streamlines labor marketRead More →

The US administration of President Joe Biden has said the United States, Britain and Australia have agreed to commission Australia’s nuclear-powered submarines “as soon as possible” as part of a new security pact involving the three countries. A White House statement on Friday said members of the new AUKUS trilateralRead More →

The Japanese stock market ended the session sharply lower on Friday, December 17, 2021, as investors registered gains in the previous two sessions after following broadly negative signals from Wall Street overnight. Sentiment was also heightened amid concerns over the impact of the Omicron variant after several countries around theRead More →

The Bank of Japan has announced plans to cut its emergency coronavirus economic support program, cutting its corporate debt purchases to pre-pandemic levels, while tracking other major global central banks in l gradual elimination of crisis policies. The BoJ has not made any changes to its ultra-flexible monetary policy, however,Read More →

The Japanese stock market ended the session sharply higher on Thursday, December 16, 2021, as risk sentiment strengthened following the US Federal Reserve’s decision to cut rates and plans to hike rates three times the next year were in line with market expectations. At the closing bell, the 225-issue NikkeiRead More →

Chroniclers Why Kenya is highly rated in Japan-Africa relations Wednesday, December 15, 2021 President Uhuru Kenyatta (right) and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta during the enthronement of Japanese Emperor Naruhito in Tokyo in 2019. FILE PHOTO | NMG By Ryochi HorieMore from this author Summary President Uhuru Kenyatta proudly validated ourRead More →

Japan Airlines planes sit on the tarmac at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo on November 29, 2021 (AP Photo / Koji Sasahara) TOKYO (Kyodo) – The government plans to simplify immigration procedures for foreign travelers arriving in Japan by luxury transport such as private jets and superyachts usually used byRead More →

Japan’s health ministry has started disclosing more information on the number of hospital beds available for coronavirus patients, in order to achieve optimal occupancy rates. The move was taken after it became apparent that the average occupancy rate of hospital beds reserved for COVID-19 patients was 68% in September, whenRead More →

NUCLEAR waste is an endless curse that has eternally haunted the future of civilization for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The challenge of making nuclear energy safer does not end once the electricity has been produced. Nuclear fuel remains dangerously radioactive for thousands of years after it is noRead More →

Kyodo News Tokyo, Japan ● Sun 12 December 2021 2021-12-12 14:00 0 7c8de5fbfa8fecad7676baf1830e775a 2 Asia and pacific Japan, boycott, Olympics, Beijing, Winter Olympics, diplomacy To free Japan plans to not send Cabinet ministers to next year’s Beijing Olympics, in line with the US-led diplomatic boycott amid growing criticism of China’sRead More →

Top diplomats from Japan and the United States have shared their opposition to China’s unilateral attempts to change the status quo in the East China Sea. They agreed on the need to strengthen the deterrence capabilities of the Japanese-American alliance. Japanese Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa and US Secretary of StateRead More →

Although Japan is home to some of the world’s most prominent electronics companies, the country can be surprisingly attached to old technology. It’s only been two years since the pager service officially ended in Japan, after all, and in another example of this if-it-don’t-bro-not-fix-it philosophy, KDDI, the one of Japan’sRead More →

Summary: The research report of the Japan Software Outsourcing Market comprises in-depth data of the business area with respect to the major growth drivers, opportunities, and challenges influencing the future trends. The software outsourcing market in Japan is expected to grow at an annual rate of xx% by the endRead More →

A two-day meeting of Group of Seven foreign ministers kicked off in the UK city of Liverpool on Saturday. Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will be attending some of the online sessions for the first time. The ministers are expected to discuss security and human rights issues,Read More →

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Thursday expressed support for Taiwan’s participation as an observer at the annual conference of the decision-making body of the World Health Organization, according to Kyodo News. Taiwan is not allowed to join most international organizations due to resistance from China, which claims full sovereigntyRead More →

December 11, 2021 TWO TALES we often talk about Japan. The first is that of a nation in decline, with a population that is shrinking and aging, undermined of its vitality. The second is that of an attractive, hyper-functional, and somewhat eccentric society – a nice place to eat sushiRead More →

The guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh (CG-67) is conducting integrated carrier strike group operations USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) June 10, 2021. U.S. Navy photo Sending the Japanese-based Navy aircraft carrier to the Middle East earlier this year to bolster the withdrawal from Afghanistan was a major strategic mistake, a senior ArmedRead More →

This screenshot from Russian Defense Ministry video shows the Bastion coastal missile system deployed to Matua, a volcanic island north of Japan’s Hokkaido prefecture. (Russian Ministry of Defense) The Russian military has deployed a coastal defense missile system capable of targeting carrier strike groups, navy convoys and landing craft nearRead More →

The recommendations of our editorial team will keep you occupied from December 3 to 10. Friday 3 December A cultural outing Jean-Pierre Debernardi, president of the Art Photo Monaco association, presents the exhibition “The rediscovered assembly»(The rediscovered mountain) at the Galerie des Pêcheurs. Photographs of landscapes ravaged by storm AlexRead More →

BEIJING, November 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The first China-Japan Capital Markets Research Forum was held in Shanghai with academics, financial investors and entrepreneurs from China and Japan exchange ideas on post-pandemic trends and changes in international investment. The Capital Market Research Forum is organized by Nomura Orient International Securities Co.,Read More →

BEIJING, 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – The First China-Japan Capital Markets Study Forum Held In Shanghai with academics, financial investors and entrepreneurs from China and Japan exchange ideas on post-pandemic trends and changes in international investment. The Capital Markets Research Forum is organized by Nomura Orient International SecuritiesRead More →

BEIJING, 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – The First China-Japan Capital Markets Study Forum Held In Shanghai with academics, financial investors and entrepreneurs from China and Japan exchange ideas on post-pandemic trends and changes in international investment. The Capital Markets Research Forum is organized by Nomura Orient International SecuritiesRead More →

THE JAPANESE MARKET IS BACK after 2 years… in person! We are delighted to host our Christmas market on Saturday December 4th at the UBC Robson campus. The Japanese Market Christmas Fair will be held on Saturday, December 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The UBC Robson campus isRead More →

Newfrom Japan Political Society November 2, 2021 Tokyo, November 2 (Jiji Press) – The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission of Japan raided the headquarters of SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. in Tokyo as part of its investigation into allegations of market-rigging by certain employees of the company , informed sources saidRead More →

Almost overnight, Japan became an astonishing and somewhat mysterious coronavirus achievement. New daily COVID-19 cases have fallen from a peak of nearly 6,000 in mid-August in Tokyo, with the number of cases in the densely populated capital now consistently below 100, an 11-month low. The bars are packed, the trainsRead More →

October 6, 2021 Scala, a digital signage supplier, has launched a line of commercial-grade Linq all-in-one tablets in Japan that meet local technical requirements and certifications, according to a press release from the company. Scala, part of the Stratacache family of marketing technology companies, provides tools to create, manage andRead More →

SmartEquip announced the commercial launch of its services in the Japanese market, operated in partnership with Diamond Construction Equipment Corp, based in Tokyo. The SmartEquip network is now fully operational in Japan, with an increasing number of Japanese suppliers having been commissioned, with a large Japanese rental company entering theRead More →

Japanese version of the SmartEquip platform. “We are very excited to bring SmartEquip technology to the Japanese rental industry,” notes Tatsuo Miyazawa, CEO of Diamond Construction Equipment. NORWALK, Connecticut and TOKYO (PRWEB) September 24, 2021 SmartEquip announces the commercial launch of its services in the Japanese market, operated inRead More →

The Japanese stock market ended the session sharply lower on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, after a long weekend, as the risk aversion sell-off triggered following the follow-up to negative Wall Street signals from day to day. next day and falling crude oil prices. Concerns about contagion sweeping financial markets fromRead More →

Japanese stocks mostly rose on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, with the Nikkei and Topix indices ending at 31-year highs, as lingering hopes of stimulus under a new prime minister and progress on COVID-19 vaccinations in the country continued to support investors’ risk appetite. At the close, the 225-issue Nikkei StockRead More →

The Japanese stock market closed higher on Friday, September 10, 2021, based on lingering expectations, the new Japanese government will introduce new policies to normalize the pandemic-affected economy, focusing on Japanese policy ahead of a vote in the leadership of the ruling party after Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga says heRead More →

By Ching Lee Fresh plums pass through a San Joaquin Valley packaging plant in this file photo. New Japanese market access is now available for California plums.Photo / Cecilia Parsons As the harvest of late-season plums intensifies, growers and others in the industry say new access to the Japanese marketRead More →

The Japanese stock market ended the session lower on Thursday, August 12, 2021, as investors opted to profit after a four-day streak of consecutive wins and concerns over the coronavirus situation with the number of Covid patients. -19 with severe symptoms reached an all-time high in Tokyo. At the closingRead More →

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese companies cut spending on plant and equipment for the fourth straight quarter in January-March as the economy struggles to shake off the drag of the coronavirus pandemic. Weak business spending should worry policymakers who hope that strong domestic demand will help make the country’s economic recoveryRead More →

The Japanese stock market closed on Tuesday, May 04, 2021, for the Greenery Day holiday. The market will also be closed tomorrow. Stocks in Asia-Pacific were mixed on Tuesday, May 04, 2021, after following mixed signals overnight from Wall Street. The Australian stock market was trading higher afterRead More →