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Japan inflation ticks up but BoJ's target still out of reach
Japan's annual core consumer inflation ticked up slightly in August but remained distant from the central bank's two percent target, suggesting that monetary policy will stay ultra-loose for the time being.
Japan PM planning talks with President Rouhani in NY
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning to hold talks with President Hassan Rouhani later this month in New York following the US reimposition of sanctions against Iran, a Japanese government source said on Sunday.
Japan buyer loads Iranian oil cargoes for October arrival
A Japanese buyer loaded oil cargoes from Iran for arrival in early October, market sources said.
Reuters poll: Women in management at Japan firms still a rarity
Three-quarters of Japanese companies have no female senior executives and the vast majority say women account for less than 10 percent of management, a Reuters poll showed, underscoring an uphill battle for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ‘Womenomics’ push.
Japan  chamber ready to expand Iran ties
The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) is ready to enhance trade and economic relations with Iran, said the head of the Japanese chamber on Saturday.
Iran sympathizes with Japan over deadly floods, landslides
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Saturday expressed sorrow over deadly flashfloods and landslides in Japan.
Japan government says quake-hit Hokkaido's main power plant damaged
A coal-fired power plant supplying half of Japan’s northern Hokkaido island was damaged in a powerful earthquake that struck earlier on Thursday, the country’s industry ministry said.
6.7-magnitude quake kills 1 in Japan’s north
At least one person was killed and 32 were missing, Japanese media reported, after a powerful earthquake paralyzed the northern island of Hokkaido on Thursday, triggering landslides and knocking out power to its 5.3 million residents.
Japan talking tenaciously to US on Iran oil imports
Japan is pressing the US for exemptions from new sanctions to continue oil imports from Iran.
Japan begins clean-up after typhoon kills 11; major airport closed
Japan began on Wednesday to clean up after a powerful typhoon killed 11 people, injured hundreds and stranded thousands at a flooded airport, though when the airport in an industrial and tourist hub might reopen was not clear.
World’s oldest couple reveal their secret: Wife's patience
Japan is known for its abundance of centenarians and can now lay claim to having the world's oldest living married couple, with a combined age of 208 — a feat the wife credits to her patience during 80 years of marriage.
More men pass entrance exams than women at 80% of Japan’s medical schools: Survey
A government survey showed on Tuesday that men passed entrance exams more than women at nearly 80 percent of medical schools polled after a medical university in Tokyo admitted last month to altering exam scores to limit the enrollment of female students.
Powerful typhoon hits western Japan, killing at least six
Japan issued evacuation advisories for more than a million people and canceled hundreds of flights as Typhoon Jebi sliced across the west on Tuesday, killing at least six people.
Powerful typhoon Jebi on course to hit Japan
A typhoon that forecasters warned could be the strongest to hit Japan in 25 years has barreled directly towards the western part of the country, sparking warnings of violent winds and prompting rail operators to scrap services.

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