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Japan to lift evacuation order in town hosting Fukushima nuclear plant
Japan will for the first time next month lift an evacuation order in one of two towns where the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is located, officials said Tuesday.
Japan’s central bank is now less optimistic about the economy
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Friday but tempered its optimism that robust exports and factory output will underpin growth, a nod to heightened overseas risks that threaten to derail a fragile economic recovery.
Japan issues rules for companies hiring foreigners via new system
The Japanese government released on Friday a set of ordinances on how to enlist foreign workers under a new visa system to start from April, including requiring employers to pay wages equivalent to or higher than those of Japanese nationals.
Japan bans Boeing 737 MAX planes from its airspace
Japan’s transport ministry on Thursday said it had banned flights by Boeing Co’s 737 MAX 8 and 9 aircraft from its airspace, the latest country to do so following the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that killed 157 people.
Japan, Iranian firm sign contract on water project
The Japanese Embassy and the Iranian firm, Rural Water and Wastewater Co. in North Khorasan Province have signed an agreement on human security projects, according to a fax report sent to Iran Daily.
Octavio calls for greater efficiency in blockbuster quarterfinal
Iran head coach Marco Octavio called on his side to take its chances, and bounce back from its loss to Oman, in a blockbuster AFC Beach Soccer Championship Thailand 2019 quarterfinal on Thursday.
Toyota, Japan space agency join forces to develop Moon rover
Toyota Motor Corp., one of the world’s largest automakers, and Japan’s space agency said on Tuesday they had agreed to cooperate in developing a manned lunar rover that runs on fuel cell technologies.
Japan sees global growth risks persisting on trade war, China slowdown
Downside risks in the global economy are likely to persist over the medium to long term, pressured by the Sino-US trade war and a slowdown in China, Japan’s top financial diplomat said.
Official: Iran, Japan to hold joint cultural nights
Iran and Japan will soon organize joint 'cultural nights' events in a bid to expand cultural cooperation, the head of head of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO).
In rare decision, Japan court grants bail to ex-Nissan chief
A Japanese court has granted bail to the former chairman of Nissan Motor Co Ltd, Carlos Ghosn, more than three months after his arrest over allegations of financial misconduct.
Envoy: Japanese firms hopeful of working with Iran
Japan’s ambassador in Tehran Mitsugu Saito said that the Japanese companies are hoping to work with Iran despite US sanctions.
Japan getting more Muslim prayer rooms, but some seeing only limited use
With an increase in Muslim visitors to Japan, more prayer rooms are being installed in commercial facilities across the country, but the number of users remains limited due to reasons such as lack of awareness and difficulty of access.
Japan to ban physical punishment of children by parents
The Japanese government and the ruling coalition plan to include a ban on corporal punishment of children by parents in law revisions following a series of recent child maltreatment cases in the name of discipline, sources close to the matter said on Saturday.
Panel: High risk of powerful quake in northeastern Japan within 30 years
A government panel said on Tuesday there is a high chance of an earthquake with a magnitude of 7 to 8 occurring within the next 30 years along the Japan Trench lying in the Pacific Ocean off northeastern Japan.
Japan's Cosmo to load Iranian Heavy crude early March
Japanese refiner Cosmo Oil will load around 900,000 barrels of Iranian Heavy crude oil in early March as local refiners are rushing to lift as much barrels from Iran during the current 180-day US sanctions waivers, sources with direct knowledge of the matter told S&P Global Platts on Tuesday.

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