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Disappointment in Japan after Tokyo Olympics postponed
On Tuesday, the Tokyo 2020 countdown clock showed there were just 122 days to go before the Olympics opening ceremony.
IOC admits postponing Olympics an option, but cancelation 'not on agenda'
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Sunday that postponing the 2020 Olympics is one its options as the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, but that cancelation of the Tokyo showpiece was "not on the agenda".
Iran, Japan, UNIDO set to cooperate on fishery development
Iran, Japan and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) signed a trilateral agreement to cooperate on the third phase of a project for developing advanced fishery in the port city of Chabahar in southeastern Iran.
Japan says no plans for Olympics without spectators
Japanese government officials insisted on Friday they have no plans to alter the Olympics, including holding it without spectators, after US President Donald Trump proposed a delay over the coronavirus.
Japan's exports, machinery orders seen down
Japan's exports likely fell for a 15th straight month and machinery orders were seen down again, a Reuters poll found on Friday, amid mounting fears the coronavirus outbreak is tipping the economy into recession.
Japan's economy shrinks 7% in last quarter
Japan's economy contracted at a dismal 7.1 percent annual rate during the October-December period, worse than the initial estimate, raising fears the world's third largest economy could be headed to a recession.
Japan's prime minister calls on nation for cooperation in ‘tough battle’ against coronavirus
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called on the nation to cooperate in a “tough battle” to curb the coronavirus outbreak in the weeks ahead as the country prepares to host the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo as planned.
Six Iranian films on Japanese screens
Six Iranian films are on Japanese screens during a two-day event in the city of Fujisawa starting on February 29.
Japan's January factory output beats forecasts but slowdown expected
Japan's factory output rose more than expected in January, providing some relief for policymakers amid heightened risks of a recession as the coronavirus outbreak in China disrupts supply chains and business activity.
'Parasite' star hopes film will help Japan-Korea cultural ties
One of the stars of ‘Parasite’ said he hoped the film would help improve cultural ties between Japan and Korea, which have been strained by disputes including a trade row that ignited between the Asian neighbors last year.
Japan urges G20 members with fiscal scope to boost spending
Japan called on G20 countries with fiscal space to ramp up spending to help the global economy weather risks, including the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, Finance Minister Taro Aso said.
Japan records trade deficit in January amid growth fears
Japan recorded a trade deficit for the month of January Wednesday, as exports declined amid worries about the spread of a new virus that could deaden regional economic growth.
Japan set to start HIV drug trials to fight new coronavirus
Japan is set to start trials of HIV medication to treat the new coronavirus patients, as the deadly flu-like pathogen continues to claim more lives, with the worldwide death toll nearing 1,900 people.
Japan's recession risks grow as economy skids in fourth-quarter, virus clouds outlook
Japan’s economy shrank at the fastest pace in almost six years in the December quarter as last year’s sales tax hike hit consumer and business spending, highlighting a fragile outlook made worse by growing coronavirus risks.

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