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Japan and U.S. to ‘move rapidly’ on trade deal, ambassador says

via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

U.S. Ambassador William Hagerty speaks during the Wall Street Journal CEO Conference in Tokyo on Tuesday. | REUTERS

The United States and Japan will “move rapidly” to get a trade deal under a new framework aimed at intensifying bilateral trade consultations, U.S. Ambassador ...

Nissan launches first foreign-made minivan hybrid in Malaysia

via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

Nissan Motor Co. is set to launch its first foreign-made Serena hybrid minivans in Malaysia. | BLOOMBERG

Nissan Motor Co. has picked Malaysia to launch a fully remodeled version of its popular Serena hybrid multipurpose vehicle, the first of its minivan series ...

Tokyo stocks turn down on profit-taking

via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

Stocks turned lower Tuesday, dragged down by profit-taking after their recent advances.The Nikkei 225 average shed 47.84 points, or 0.21 percent, to close at 22,818.02 ...

Race is on to set up Europe’s electric car charging network

By David Mchugh
- via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

A motorist charges his BMW electric vehicle at the Brohltal Ost rest stop on the A61 motorway in Niederzissen, Germany, on Friday. | AP

Charging an electric car away from home can be an exercise in uncertainty — hunting for that one lonely station at the back of a ...

ANA to sell wealthy Indians package tours to Japan

via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

All Nippon Airways will release package tours to Japan for wealthy families living in and around New Delhi, possibly as early as June, sources said.The ...

Japan’s Yaskawa to increase its investment in Slovenia

via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

Electrical equipment-producer Yaskawa, which is building an industrial robot factory in Slovenia, has decided to build another factory in the country to produce electrical components.The ...

Dollar firms to around ¥109.90 in late Tokyo trading

via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

The dollar was firmer around ¥109.90 in late Tokyo trading Tuesday, aided by higher long-term U.S. interest rates.At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at ¥109.88-89, ...

Toshiba books first net profit in four years

By Shusuke Murai
- via The Japan Times    May 15, 2018

Toshiba Corp. CEO Nobuaki Kurumatani holds a news conference at the company's headquarters in Tokyo. | REUTERS

Toshiba Corp. announced Tuesday it returned to the black for the first time in four years as it booked a record net profit of ¥804 ...

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