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Japan launches satellite for advanced GPS operation
Japan launched an H-2A rocket carrying a geo-positioning satellite into orbit after a week-long delay, the government said.
Japan's Inpex eyes bid for Azadegan oil project
Japan's Inpex Corp. might participate in a tender to develop Azadegan oilfield in southwestern Iran and form a consortium with other foreign oil firms to that end, a high-ranking Iranian official said.
Japan's consumer prices seen rising for seventh straight month
Japan's core consumer prices were expected to show their seventh straight month of annual increases in July, a Reuters poll found, offering the central bank some hope a strengthening economic recovery will gradually lift inflation toward its 2 percent target.
(video) US-Japan conduct air drills
Japanese jets conducted air maneuvers with US bombers southwest of the Korean peninsula on Wednesday as North Korea considered whether to fire missiles towards the US-administered territory of Guam.
UK PM to lead business delegation to Japan
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Japan this month for talks with her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe to discuss Brexit, trade and defense, her office said on Tuesday.
Japan looks to wood pulp to make lighter auto parts
The global push among carmakers to make ever lighter vehicles is leading some auto suppliers in Japan to turn to what seems like an unlikely substitute for steel — wood.
Japan economy posts longest expansion in over a decade
Japan has posted its longest economic expansion in over a decade on the back of a pickup in household and company spending, data showed on Monday.
FM: Japan policy based on boosting ties with Iran
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said on Thursday that his country's policy is to expand all-out ties with Iran.
FM: Japan policy based on boosting ties with Iran
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said on Thursday that his country's policy is to expand all-out ties with Iran.
JCPOA opens new door for cooperation with Iran: Japanese envoy
Japanese Ambassador to Iran Hiroyasu Kobayashi voiced his country's readiness to promote economic cooperation with Iran, saying that Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) opened a new way for cooperation with the Islamic Republic, IRNA reported.
Typhoon Noru brings heavy rain to Japan, injures 51
Typhoon Noru dumped heavy rain on Japan Tuesday as it moved back out to sea, causing flooding and property damage while the number of injured reportedly rose to 51.
Japan willing to be TIBF special guest
Japan has expressed readiness to be a special guest at the 31st Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF).
Typhoon Noru kills two, draws near Japan
Strong typhoon Noru brought heavy rain and strong winds to southwest Japan, killing two people, local officials said on Sunday as they warned of landslides and floods.
Japan marks 72nd anniversary of US nuke attack
Japan has marked the 72nd anniversary of the United States’ nuclear bombing of Hiroshima, expressing a desire to lead the world toward the abolition of atomic weapons.
Japan monthly wages suffer sharpest fall in 2 years
Monthly wages for Japanese workers took a turn for the worse in June, dropping at the fastest pace in 24 months thanks in large part to a drop in bonus payments.

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