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Japan November wholesale prices rise
Japan's wholesale prices rose an annual 3.5 percent in November, the fastest rate in nine years, the Bank of Japan said, in a sign that rising global commodity costs were driving up corporate expenses.
Japan to deport six of 10 North Korean fishermen
Six of 10 North Korean ‘fishermen’ rescued from a tiny wooden boat drifting off northern Japan will be deported back to their country, an immigration official told AFP Tuesday.
US, South Korea, Japan start missile tracking drill amid heightened tensions
The United States, South Korea and Japan have started joint war games amid high tensions on the Korean Peninsula over the North’s military program.
Japan big manufacturers' mood improves in Oct.-Dec.
Large Japanese manufacturers turned more optimistic about economic conditions in the October-December quarter, a government survey showed on Monday, in another upbeat sign for an economy on a record run of growth.
Japan to host joint missile drills with US, South Korea
Japan’s Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera has announced that a joint drill with the United States and South Korea will be held this week amid an escalated stand-off in the region over North Korea’s missile and nuclear tests.
US, Japan, South Korea to hold missile tracking drill
The United States, Japan and South Korea will hold two days of missile tracking drills starting on Monday, Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force said, as tensions rise on the Korean Peninsula.
Japan’s third-quarter GDP growth  beats forecast, grows twice as fast
Japan’s economy grew twice as fast as originally estimated in the third quarter thanks to big gains in capital expenditure, revised data showed on Friday, with expansion seen to continue thanks to buoyant exports.
Sharp to seek all-Japan OLED alliance to counter South Korea's Samsung, LG
Japan’s Sharp Corp (6753.T) will ask the government to help it form an alliance with rival Japan Display Inc (6740.T) in OLED technology to better compete with South Korean makers, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Japan's third quarter GDP seen revised up slightly
Japan's economy was expected to expand slightly faster in the third quarter than first estimated, a Reuters poll found, buoyed by strong capital spending and showing robust exports and business investment supporting the economy.
Abe: Japan emperor abdication date set for April 2019
Japan's Emperor Akihito will step down on April 30, 2019, the country's prime minister announced Friday, the first retirement in more than two centuries in the imperial family believed to be the world's oldest.
Japan inflation ticks up
Japan reported its core inflation rate rose 0.8 percent in October, a slight increase from the month before, while the jobless rate remained steady at a very low 2.8 percent.
Kansai Electric, Kyushu Electric delay nuclear plant restarts for Kobe Steel checks
Two Japanese nuclear operators said on Thursday they will delay the restart of nuclear plants to check whether they have received compromised parts from Kobe Steel Ltd , which has admitted to widespread fabrication of data on products.
Measures to fight passive smoking in Japan diluted
Japanese Media reported that the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry is weighing significantly easing the conditions for allowing smoking in restaurants in its planned measure to curb indoor smoking bode ill for efforts to combat health damage from secondhand smoke.
Japan November manufacturing activity grows at fastest pace
Japanese manufacturing activity expanded at the fastest pace in more than three years in November as output, new orders, and new export orders all accelerated in a sign the economy will continue its growth streak, a preliminary survey showed on Friday.
Japan exports climb
Japan's exports grew 14 percent over a year earlier in October on strong demand for vehicles, electronics and machinery.

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