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Japan core machinery orders fall
Core orders for Japanese machinery fell in November at their fastest in seven months, a sign companies may be deferring capital expenditure as uncertainty over the incoming Trump Administration's trade policies and global demand worries take hold.
Japan’s Abe pushes Pacific trade deal in Australia
Japan and Australia will work together to ensure the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal comes into force, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Saturday, making no mention of strong US opposition.
Ambassador Kobayashi’s message on Japan Cultural Month in Iran
I am Kobayashi, the Ambassador of Japan to Iran. It’s been a year since the last Japan Cultural Week. The piano concert of Ms. Etsuko Hirose, the Paris-based pianist, was last year’s main program during which many Iranians became familiar with Japanese culture.
US Marine Corps sends ten F-35 fighter jets to Japan
The US Marine Corps has sent a squadron of its newest fighter jets to Japan, marking the first permanent overseas deployment of the joint strike fighter.
Japan recalls envoy to South Korea over contentious statue
Japan has recalled its ambassador to Seoul in protest at the placing of a controversial statue representing victims of wartime sex slaves outside its consulate in the South Korean port city of Busan.
Japan's Inpex in running to develop major Iran oilfield
Japan's Inpex Corp. has initiated intense negotiations with National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) to develop Azadegan oilfield in southwestern Iran and is a strong candidate for the contract, said a high-ranking Iranian official.
Japan factory activity rises
A private gauge of Japan's manufacturing sector has shown that factory activity in the world's third-largest economy expanded at its fastest pace in 12 months in December.
Japan’s economy may see a light at the end of the tunnel
Japan's industrial production data, released on Wednesday, may have offered a light at the end of the tunnel for the long stagnant economy.
Iran gains share of 6.6% in Japan oil market
The share of Iran's oil export to the Japanese oil market increased to 6.6 percent in view of the 49,000 bpd growth in Iran's oil exports in October.
Japan to boost coast guard near disputed islands
Japan’s government has announced plans to boost its coast guard fleet in the East China Sea in waters disputed by China.
US returns some land on Japan's Okinawa, largest transfer since '72
The United States and Japan held a ceremony on Wednesday marking the US military's return of nearly 10,000 acres (4,046 hectares) of land on Okinawa island to the Japanese government, the largest transfer since 1972.
Japan's court rules in favor of US base relocation in Okinawa
Japan's top court on Tuesday ruled in favor of a government plan to relocate a US military base on the island of Okinawa, dealing a blow to islanders' efforts to get rid of the base altogether.
Russia-Japan peace deal remains elusive
The leaders of Russia and Japan have failed to reach a peace deal to formally end World War II hostilities between them following a meeting in the Japanese capital of Tokyo.
Russia leader in Japan to discuss ties, peace deal on islands row
Russian President Vladimir Putin is on an official visit to Japan to discuss bilateral issues, including a territorial dispute between the two countries which has lingered on since the end of World War II.

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