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Japan approves drug that kills flu virus in a day
Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare approved a new drug the company claims will kill the flu virus in one day.
Japan’s stagnant inflation set to keep BoJ exit from stimulus distant
Japan’s core consumer inflation was steady in January from a year earlier in a sign a strengthening economy has yet to prompt companies to raise prices, a challenge policymakers have yet to overcome despite years of massive stimulus.
Japan exports grow,  manufacturers’ confidence slips
Buoyant sales of cars and electronics led Japan’s exports to a 14th straight month of growth in January but manufacturers’ business confidence slid — highlighting fears of the rising yen disrupting an export-led recovery.
Japan posts longest growth streak since bubble economy
Japan’s economy grew for the eighth straight quarter at the end of 2017, government data showed on Wednesday, its longest period of expansion since the “bubble” boom days of the late 1980s.
JICA grants $14mn aid to Iran’s health sector
Iran’s Ministry of Health and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have signed on Monday a MoU on bilateral cooperation for funding hospital equipment in Iran.
Japan says won't continue 'unprofitable' trade with UK after Brexit
Japan's ambassador to London says Brexit is a high stakes issue and warns that Japanese companies will not be able to stay in Britain if trade obstacles after Brexit made them unprofitable.
Japan's Princess Mako postpones wedding to commoner Kei Komuro
Japan's Princess Mako is postponing her wedding to her college sweetheart until 2020 due to a lack of time to plan the nuptials, media reports say.
Companies everywhere copied Japanese manufacturing Now the model is cracking
Japan’s reputation for flawless manufacturing quality and efficiency transformed the country’s postwar economy, changed business practices world-wide and spawned a library’s worth of management manuals and business advice books. Now, the model is cracking.
Iran's oil exports to Japan rose in December
Iran's oil exports to Japan (including gas condensates) in December 2017 reached ‎‎6.781‎‎‎ million barrels.
Fire kills 11 at residence for elderly people in Japan
Eleven people died after a fire broke out at a residence for elderly people with financial difficulties in northern Japan, police said on Thursday.
BoJ should stick with 'Abenomics',  whoever next governor is
The next Bank of Japan (BoJ) governor should maintain the central bank's ultra-accommodative stimulus, a key part of the ‘Abenomics’ policy mix, an economic adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
China says hopes to get Japan ties back on track
China hopes to work with Japan to get relations back onto a normal track, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Japanese counterpart on Sunday, amid a series of disputes, some dating back to before World War Two.
China, Japan hope for improved ties
The foreign ministers of China and Japan have met in the Chinese capital of Beijing, hoping to overcome historical and territorial disputes to improve ties.
Japan’s record exports and manufacturing growth point to powerhouse economy
Japan’s exports to China and Asia hit record levels as shipments rose for a 13th straight month in December and manufacturing growth hit a four-year high in January, pointing to an economy that powered through the fourth quarter and into 2018.

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