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Japan preparing roadmap for boosting trade ties with Iran: Businessman
An Iranian businessman said the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) is preparing a major document for expanding trade relations with Iran, adding that the move is a sign that Tokyo is positive about the future of ongoing efforts to revive a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.
Japan will not send government delegation to Beijing Olympics
Japan will not send a government delegation to February's Winter Olympics in Beijing, it said on Friday, a move likely to deepen tension with China.
Fire at Japan’s mental-health clinic kills 24
Twenty-four people were killed on Friday after a fire raced through a mental clinic in an eight-story multiple tenant building in a bustling area of Osaka, with murder and arson suspected, police said.
Japan, India working on release of oil stocks
Japanese and Indian officials are working on ways to release national reserves of crude oil to dampen prices, seven government sources with knowledge of the plans told Reuters.
Japan's wholesale inflation hits 40-year high as fuel costs spike
Japan's wholesale inflation hit a four-decade high in October, following a similar spike in China's factory gate prices as supply bottlenecks and rising commodity costs threatened Asian corporate profits.
Japan PM lays out broad policy plans after election win
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, invigorated by a surprisingly strong election victory, signalled on Monday he would pursue defence policies, address climate change and accelerate recovery from the pandemic.
Japan's Kishida hangs onto control after his LDP battered in election
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's ruling coalition will stay in power but his party suffered steep losses in an election on Sunday, exit polls showed, weakening him just weeks into the job of leading the world's No.3 economy.
Economy, security top concerns ahead of Japan parliamentary elections
Japan goes to the polls for parliamentary elections on Sunday, just weeks after Fumio Kishida became prime minister, and with significant challenges at home and abroad in the forefront of the electorate's minds.
Japan kicks off election campaign as support for ruling LDP dips
Japan on Tuesday kicked off its first official day of campaigning ahead of the Oct. 31 general election, with a media poll showing support for the ruling party easing, in a blow for recently installed Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
South Korea, Japan discuss lingering wartime disputes
Japan's new Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Friday told reporters he had spoken with South Korean President Moon Jae-in urging an "appropriate" response on disputes including compensation for forced wartime labour.
Why nobody invests in Japan
Tokyo’s failure to attract foreign capital is hobbling its economy
Japan PM says has no plan to alter capital-gains, dividend taxes
Japan's new Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, said on Sunday he won't seek to change the country's taxes on capital gains and dividends for now as he intends to pursue other steps for better wealth distribution, such as raising wages of medical workers.
Iran’s president congratulates Japan’s new PM
President Ebrahim Raeisi of Iran in a message on Thursday congratulated Kishida Fumio on his appointment as new prime minister of Japan.
A floating flower garden in Tokyo immerses visitors with orchids that move as you approach
A three-dimensional mass of floating flowers created by teamLab in Japan has been moving visitors not only with its technological magic, but with its overwhelming natural beauty.

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