Investing.com – Nov 4, 2016 – Japan equities were lower at the close on Friday, as losses in the Trading, Insurance and Pharmaceutical Industry sectors propelled shares lower.
The Japan Times – Nov 2, 2016 – Capsule hotels have long offered tiny spaces to sleep at rock-bottom prices, but they are now looking to attract a wider range of customer than the typical male office worker who has missed his train after a night’s drinking.
THE STRAITS TIMES – Nov 1, 2016 – TOKYO (AFP) – Japan’s central bank on Tuesday (Nov 1) pushed back its timeline for reaching a high-profile inflation target, in the latest acknowledgement that Tokyo’s war on deflation is falling way below expectations.
The Business Times – Oct 31, 2016 – [TOKYO] Japan Airlines on Monday slashed its full-year earnings outlook as it said fiscal first-half net profit nosedived owing to a slump in its international business.
Investing.com – Oct 25, 2016 – – Japan equities were higher at the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Transportation Equipment, Automobiles & Parts and Rubber sectors propelled shares higher.
The Jakarta Post – Oct 24, 2016 – The Batam Indonesia Free Zone Authority (BP Batam) is working with the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) to promote Batam to Japanese investors, eyeing to raise up to US$750 million in foreign investment by the end of the year.
Japan Today – Oct 20, 2016 – TOKYO — Carlos Ghosn, who heads Japan’s Nissan Motor and Renault of France, will become chairman of Mitsubishi Motors, working to restore faith in the troubled automaker after a devastating mileage scandal.
Ars Technica – Oct 18, 2016 – Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite can hold dozens of books without breaking a sweat, but the company is focusing on comics and art with its newest, region-specific model.
NATURE WORLD NEWS – Oct 13, 2016 – With the ever changing demands and new standards along with a highlight on environmental considerations and anticipation on future adjustments, Toyota Motor Corp and Suzuki Motor Corp ended up as business partners and opens collaboration to other companies that share the same goal — to help automobile industry survive despite the drastic alterations.
The Japan Times – Oct 11, 2016 – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his government is “seriously considering” collecting the debris of North Korean ballistic missiles that fell in Japan’s exclusive economic zone in the Sea of Japan earlier this year.