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Security advisers from US, South Korea, Japan discuss Trump-Kim summit
The top national security advisers of the US, South Korea and Japan have met at the weekend to discuss ways to achieve a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula ahead of a possible summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump.
Polls show Abe’s popularity seriously hit after scandal
New polls carried out in Japan shows Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s popularity has been falling dramatically since details emerged of a scandal involving his wife, Akie.
Japan core machinery orders rebound, easing capex concerns
Japan's core machinery orders rebounded in January from a steep decline the previous month, handily beating expectations in a sign that capital spending will continue contributing to economic growth.
Japanese prisons cope with swelling ranks of elderly inmates
A gaunt, 92-year-old man in a wheelchair sunbathes in a narrow courtyard, motionless, his eyes closed. Nearby, a few dozen other elderly men with short grey hair exercise slowly as an instructor gently calls out, "Don't strain yourselves."
Pressure mounts on Japan's Abe over cronyism scandal
Pressure mounted Tuesday on Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe over a ballooning cronyism and cover-up scandal, as a new poll showed his support at the lowest level since his re-election in October.
Japan, South Korea urge 'maximum pressure' on North Korea
Senior officials from Japan and South Korea have reiterated the need for maintaining a regime of sanctions and restrictions on North Korea to force Pyongyang to address concerns about its missile and nuclear programs.
Japan, South Korea agree to maintain 'maximum pressure' on North Korea
Japan and South Korea agreed on Monday that maximum pressure must be maintained on North Korea until it takes concrete action toward addressing concerns about its nuclear weapon and missile programs, Japan’s foreign minister said.
US, EU, Japan trade chiefs to meet over steel tariffs
The trade chiefs of the European Union and Japan are holding talks about US President Donald Trump's plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum amid fears they could trigger a broader trade war.
Japan jobless rate hits 25-year low, inflation ticks up
Japan's unemployment rate hit a 25-year low in January and job availability stayed at a two-decade high, government data showed on Friday, offering policymakers hope a strengthening economic recovery will nudge firms into raising wages.
Japan's industrial output tumbles in January as inventories build up
Slowing production of cars and electronics in January tipped Japan's industrial output into its biggest tumble since a devastating earthquake in March 2011, highlighting a weakening in demand and a build up of inventory.
Japan approves drug that kills flu virus in a day
Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare approved a new drug the company claims will kill the flu virus in one day.
Japan’s stagnant inflation set to keep BoJ exit from stimulus distant
Japan’s core consumer inflation was steady in January from a year earlier in a sign a strengthening economy has yet to prompt companies to raise prices, a challenge policymakers have yet to overcome despite years of massive stimulus.
Japan exports grow,  manufacturers’ confidence slips
Buoyant sales of cars and electronics led Japan’s exports to a 14th straight month of growth in January but manufacturers’ business confidence slid — highlighting fears of the rising yen disrupting an export-led recovery.
Japan posts longest growth streak since bubble economy
Japan’s economy grew for the eighth straight quarter at the end of 2017, government data showed on Wednesday, its longest period of expansion since the “bubble” boom days of the late 1980s.
JICA grants $14mn aid to Iran’s health sector
Iran’s Ministry of Health and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have signed on Monday a MoU on bilateral cooperation for funding hospital equipment in Iran.

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