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Japan cabinet approves bill to allow emperor to abdicate
Japan’s cabinet approved a bill on Friday that would allow Emperor Akihito to step down, paving the way for the first abdication by a Japanese emperor in nearly two centuries.
Japan sees 50% change of El Nino emerging by beginning of autumn
Japan's weather bureau said on Friday it sees a 50 percent chance of the El Nino weather pattern emerging by the beginning of autumn.
Iran upsets Japan to win Asian Men's U23 Volleyball Championship title
The national Iranian volleyball team has lifted the trophy at the conclusion of the 2017 Asian Men's U23 Volleyball Championship following a resounding victory over Japan in the final showdown of the tournament in the northwestern Iranian city of Ardabil.
Japan real wages growth slowest in nearly two years
Japan's March real wages fell at the fastest pace in almost two years, pressured by meager nominal pay hikes and a slight rise in consumer prices, posing a setback for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's attempts to revitalize the economy.
Japan's currency swap with Thailand, Malaysia a good move for stability: IIF
The Institute of International Finance (IIF) welcomes the move by the Bank of Japan to sign bilateral currency swap deals with Thailand and Malaysia , saying it would add to stability in the Southeast Asian region.
Japan to provide $40 million to ADB
Japan will provide $40 million to the Asian Development Bank to promote high-level technology as part of efforts to boost quality infrastructure in Asia, Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Saturday.
Japan labor shortage prompts grudging turn to permanent jobs
The tightest labor market in decades is showing signs of reversing a long shift toward the hiring of temporary workers.
US deploys high-altitude surveillance drone to Japan
The United States has deployed a high-altitude surveillance drone to Japan to monitor North Korea’s activities amid heightened tensions with Pyongyang.
Bank of Japan minutes say aggressive easing remains path to higher consumer prices
Bank of Japan policymakers agreed to closely monitor consumer prices because they currently lack upward momentum, minutes of the central bank's March 15-16 policy meeting showed on Tuesday.
Japan sends warship to join US strike force
Japan has dispatched its biggest warship for the first time in history to escort an American strike force near the Korean Peninsula.
First Japan House opens in Brazil
London, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo. There is little at first sight that seems to unite these three cities, which are diverse in geography and climate as well as architecture, cuisine and atmosphere.
Japan warship to escort US supply vessel in Pacific
Japanese media have reported that the country will send a warship to escort a US supply vessel in the pacific.
Japan economy’s vital signs dull in March
Japan reports that its manufacturing output and household spending fell in March, while the jobless rate remained at a 22-year low.
Iranian fund sets sights on Japan stocks
With the lifting of Western sanctions, Iran is ready to ramp up economic activities overseas, including investment in the Japanese stock market.
Japan urges ‘peace, pressure’ in North Korea row
Japan’s prime minister has called for a peaceful resolution of tensions involving North Korea but also urged pressure on Pyongyang to force it to abandon its military nuclear program.

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