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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a news conference at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo on Monday.
JAKARTA , Dec. 9 -- _ A Japanese consortium and the Indonesian government on Monday formally terminated a contract under which they cooperated to run an aluminum production company, which was effectively nationalized by Jakarta around two months ago.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is expected to announce new initiatives under Malaysia's Look East Policy in Tokyo, Japan on December 13. Najib, who announced the framework for a renewed policy thrust in October 2012, is likely to outline Malaysia's expectations and policy overdrives at the 32nd Joint Conference of Malaysia-Japan Economic ... (more)
People walk by an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo Monday, Dec. 9, 2013.
UNIMAT LIFE CORPORATION is a food retailing company, based in Japan. It was formerly known as Unimat Offisco Corporation.
A member of the media, holding Apple Inc's iPhone 4, right, tries out a Sony Corp. Xperia Z1 smartphone after a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, Sept.
A man who fell asleep flying from Louisiana woke up at his layover in Houston, inside a dark, empty and locked plane.
It manufactures processes and distributes steel and iron products. Nisshin steel's product portfolio includes coated steel, stainless steel, prepainted steel special steel, hot-rolled and cold-rolled ordinary steel and processed products.
The report covers the company's structure, operation, SWOT analysis, product and service offerings, detailed financials, and corporate actions, providing a 360deg view of the company.
Japan's controversial new state secrets law was condemned Saturday as "the largest ever threat to democracy in postwar Japan" by a group of academics, including two Nobel prize winners, reports said.
Dec. 12, 1903: Yasujiro Ozu is born in Tokyo's Fukagawa district, the second of five siblings.