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Japan halts missile drills after Trump-Kim summit: Reports
The decision comes after US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un met last week in Singapore, with the pair signing a joint document calling for denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula
Japan stuns 10-man Colombia in another World Cup upset
Japan beat 10-man Colombia 2-1 in its opening Group H match on Tuesday, the first time an Asian team has overcome a South American one at the World Cup.
Japan’s central bank should face up to zero-price growth
The Bank of Japan should accept it is making no headway in its efforts to spur two percent inflation and start normalizing policy, according to Tokyo University professor Tsutomu Watanabe, a former BOJ official and long-time advocate of the price goal.
Japan confronts risks of US alliance based on dollars and deals, not values
Eighteen months after Donald Trump became US president and started shaking up global diplomacy, Japan is waking up to the risks of an alliance based on dollars and deals rather than shared values and security interests.
Three dead, 200 wounded as powerful quake jolts Japan’s second-biggest metropolis
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook Osaka, Japan’s second-biggest metropolis, early on Monday morning, killing three people, halting factory lines in a key industrial area and bursting water mains, government officials and broadcaster NHK said.
Nearly 60,000 Japanese drivers showed signs of dementia
Almost 60,000 older drivers in Japan showed signs of dementia, according to a new report, underlining the country’s struggle to address the rising number of people living with the condition.
Japan’s economy shrank in first quarter on weak spending
Japan’s economy declined in the first quarter on weak consumer spending, revised data showed on Friday.
Japan finance minister returns year’s salary over scandal
Japan's Finance Minister Taro Aso said Monday he was returning a year's salary after his ministry scrubbed public documents related to a cronyism scandal that has dogged Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Russia, Japan threaten to levy sanctions on US exports
Russia and Japan have threatened to impose heavy bans worth almost $1 billion combined on US exports in retaliation for Washington’s hefty duties on its metal imports.
Japan's exports accelerate in April  as volumes rise, outlook positive
Japan's exports accelerated in April on increased shipments of cars and machines used to make semiconductors, with rising volumes suggesting healthy overseas demand could help the economy recover quickly from a dip in the first quarter.
Japan inflation slows in April to 0.7%
Japan's consumer prices edged up 0.7 percent in April, government data showed Friday, weaker than in previous months and still far below a longstanding target.
Japan planning retaliatory tariffs against US: NHK
The Japanese government is reportedly planning to take retaliatory steps against the United States as Washington has declined to exempt Tokyo from heavy duties on steel and aluminum imports.
Japan’s economy shrinks in January-March quarter
Japan’s economy shrank at an annualized rate of 0.6 percent in the quarter through March, as private investment and public spending declined, according to Cabinet Office data released on Wednesday.
South Korea, Japan to screen Iranian 'Damascus Time'
South Korea and Japan are set to screen Iranian feature 'Damascus Time', made in three international languages, this summer.
Tame Japan inflation to push back BoJ's stimulus exit plans
Japan's central bank is likely to wait longer than initially expected to exit its super-easy stimulus, a Reuters poll of economists showed with almost half predicting that it won't happen until 2020 or later given sluggish inflation.

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