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South Korea pledges support for firms affected by Japan’s curbs
South Korea’s Financial Services Commission said it will give ‘swift and sufficient’ financial support to companies affected by Japan’s export restrictions in an effort to limit the impact on the economy.
Japan’s banks running out of room to cope with negative rates
Japanese banks have spent more than three years trying to flee negative interest rates at home by ramping up lending abroad. Now their escape routes are closing.
Japan’s export curbs bring attention to Tokyo’s capital in local market
Japan’s decision to restrict key supplies for South Korea’s semiconductor industry has shed light on the considerable size of Japanese investment in the nation’s financial market, stoking concerns over its impact on the nation’s economy if political bickering spreads to the capital market.
Bank of Japan’s aggressive easing created tough environment for some banks
Economic initiatives undertaken by the Japanese government and aggressive easing policies from the country’s central bank have injected new growth momentum into the economy. According to a senior banking executive, however, that’s come with some negative consequences.
Japan’s SoftBank said to be considering IPO for $100b Vision Fund
A handful of executives at SoftBank Group Corp. are weighing the idea of an initial public offering for its Vision Fund, the $100 billion behemoth that has invested in technology companies ranging from Uber Technologies Inc. to WeWork Cos.
Japan’s cabinet OKs bills to ban harassment, promote women's advancement
Japan's cabinet approved on Friday a series of legal revisions banning any form of workplace harassment and obligating companies to prevent abuses of power or bullying.
Japan’s Shoei to release HUD-equipped motorbike helmet in 2020
Shoei Co., Ltd., a Japan-based major helmet maker, will commercialize a motorbike helmet equipped with an HUD (head-up display) for navigation in the spring of 2020.
Ministry: Japan’s unemployment rate ticked up in November, but labor market remains tight
The unemployment rate in Japan climbed for the second consecutive month in November as the tightest labor market in decades induced people to leave their jobs in search of better opportunities, government data showed on Friday.
Japan’s 2018 science stories: Climate change, space exploration, water bears
In casting an eye back over memorable science and environment stories from Japan in 2018, it is impossible to ignore the extreme weather that hit the country.
Japan’s Abe wants summit talks with Putin over territorial dispute
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says summit talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin are needed in order for Japan and Russia to settle a long-running territorial dispute.
Japan’s 2015 population net loss almost 300,000
There were 1,008,000 babies born in Japan in 2015, up 4,000 from a year earlier, the Health Ministry said. It was the first increase since 2010.

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