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PM Naoto Kan announced on Friday that he resigned from his position as leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan

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Japanese shares have risen after finance ministers of the G20 group of nations avoided singling out Japan for criticism over the recent yen weakness

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Japanese shares have risen after finance ministers of the G20 group of nations avoided singling out Japan for criticism over the recent yen weakness. The yen has dipped nearly 15% against the US dollar since November amid Japan’s efforts to stoke inflation. There were concerns that a criticism from G20 may prompt Japan to alter its aggressive stance. The fears were that it would result in t...

The disputed islands in the East China Sea have been a source of tension between China and Japan for decades

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Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe has described China’s move to create a new “air defense identification zone” over disputed waters as “dangerous”. China’s action had “no validity whatsoever on Japan”, Shinzo Abe added. China has voiced anger at Japanese and US objections to the new air zone, and lodged complaints with their embassies. The zone covers dis...

Japan Airlines and ANA have grounded their Boeing 787 Dreamliners after one was forced to make an emergency landing because of battery problems

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Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s two main airlines, have grounded their Boeing 787 Dreamliners after one was forced to make an emergency landing because of battery problems. ANA grounded its fleet of 17 Dreamliners when its flight NH 692 from Yamaguchi Ube was forced to land shortly after take-off. Japan Airlines followed suit, saying it would ground its fleet of seven 7...

Japanese PM Shinzo Abe says other countries want Japan to adopt a more assertive leadership role in Asia to counter the growing power of China

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In a recent interview, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe says other countries want Japan to adopt a more assertive leadership role in Asia to counter the growing power of China. Shinzo Abe told the Wall Street Journal there were “concerns that China was trying to change the status quo by force, rather than by the rule of law”. Relations between China and Japan have been strained over recent year...

Japan's economy contracted in the third quarter of 2012, as a global economic slowdown and anti-Japan protests in China hurt its exports

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Japan’s economy contracted in the third quarter of 2012, as a global economic slowdown and anti-Japan protests in China hurt its exports, while domestic consumption remained subdued. Japan’s gross domestic product (GDP) contracted 3.5% from a year earlier. Compared with the previous three months, the economy contracted 0.9%. The weak data is likely to put pressure on the government to boost...

People are voting in a general election in Japan, where former leader Shinzo Abe is challenging the current prime minister, Yoshihiko Noda

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...to end 20 years of economic stagnation, and that nuclear energy has a role to play in resource-poor Japan’s future despite last year’s nuclear disaster at Fukushima. People are voting in a general election in Japan, where former leader Shinzo Abe is challenging the current prime minister, Yoshihiko Noda Shinzo Abe has also called for a tough stance on the territorial row with China o...

Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe has warned China that his country will respond with force if any attempt is made to land on disputed island

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Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe has warned China that his country will respond with force if any attempt is made to land on disputed island. The Japanese prime minister’s comments came as eight Chinese government ships sailed near East China Sea islands that both nations claim. A flotilla of 10 fishing boats carrying Japanese activists was also reported to be in the area, as well as the Japanese coastguard...

PM Shinzo Abe has called for Japan to broaden the scope of activities performed by its military

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Japan’s government has approved a new national security strategy and increased defense spending in a move widely seen as aimed at China. Over the next five years, Japan will buy hardware including drones, aircraft and amphibious vehicles. The military will also build a new marine unit, an amphibious force capable of retaking islands. The move comes with Tokyo embroiled in a bitter row with...

Japan's monthly trade deficit hit a record in January after its recent aggressive monetary policy stance weakened the yen sharply

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Japan’s monthly trade deficit hit a record in January after its recent aggressive monetary policy stance weakened the yen sharply. Exports rose in January, the first jump in eight months, as its goods became more affordable to foreign buyers. However, a weak currency also pushed up its import bill resulting in a monthly trade deficit of 1.6 trillion yen ($17.1 billion), a 10% jump from a ye...

China is accusing Japan of using its national security as a pretext for military expansion

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China is accusing Japan of using its national security as a pretext for military expansion. China’s Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng said in a statement that the move would increase regional tensions, state news agency Xinhua reported. Earlier this week, Japan said it would buy advanced equipment including drones and amphibious vehicles. It comes as Tokyo is embroiled in a bitter row with...

Japan’s government has approved a fresh $116 bn stimulus package in an attempt to spur a revival in its economy

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Japan’s government has approved a fresh 10.3 trillion yen ($116 billion) stimulus package in an attempt to spur a revival in its economy. The package will include infrastructure spending, as well as incentives for businesses to boost investment. Tokyo estimates that the stimulus will boost Japan’s economy by 2% and create 600,000 jobs. Japan’s economy has been hurt by a dip in exports...

Japan has accused China of violating its airspace for the first time after a Chinese government plane flew near disputed East China Sea islands

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...nese civilians in China’s old capital, Nanjing, in 1937. The incident also comes days before a Japanese general election thought likely to result in a change of government in Tokyo. Related search articles:chinese auspicious wedding dates 2014 he surge came after China slowed limitations on numerous foreign films that allowed China to show them japanese incest experiment asian bear doctor w...

Japanese and South Korean planes have flown unannounced through China's newly-declared air defense zone

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Japanese and South Korean planes have flown unannounced through China’s newly-declared air defense zone, officials from both nations say. Japan’s aircraft had conducted routine “surveillance activity” over the East China Sea zone, the top government spokesman said. South Korea had also conducted a flight, its defense ministry said. China says planes transiting the zone, which co...

Zhou Xiaochuan, the governor of China's central bank, has pulled out of the IMF and World Bank meetings being held in Japan

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...entral bank, has pulled out of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings being held in Japan. The move comes amid an ongoing territorial dispute between the two countries. Relations between the two soured after Japan said it had purchased disputed islands in the East China Sea claimed by both Tokyo and Beijing. China’s four state-owned banks have also skipped the meetings. Zhou...

The third reactor at the Tomari plant, in Hokkaido prefecture, is shutting down for routine maintenance

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Japan has decided to switch off its last working nuclear reactor, as part of the safety drive since the March 2011 tsunami triggered a meltdown at the Fukushima plant. The third reactor at the Tomari plant, in Hokkaido prefecture, is shutting down for routine maintenance. The move leaves Japan without energy from atomic power for the first time for more than 40 years. Until last year, Japan got 3...

Six Chinese surveillance ships have entered waters near islands claimed by both Japan and China

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Six Chinese surveillance ships have entered waters near islands claimed by both Japan and China. China said the ships were carrying out “law enforcement” to demonstrate its jurisdiction over the islands, known as Diaoyu in China and Senkaku in Japan. At least two of the vessels left after the Japanese coast guard issued a warning, Japanese officials say. The move came after Japan seal...

Japan has hanged three death-row inmates, the first executions under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

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Japan has hanged three death-row inmates, the first executions under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The three were put to death in the early hours of Thursday, the Justice Ministry has confirmed. One of them was convicted of killing a young girl. Japan traditionally executes several prisoners at a time. These are the first executions since September 2012. Japan is one of the few industrialized nation...

Haruhiko Kuroda has been nominated by Japan's government to be the next governor of the country's central bank

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Haruhiko Kuroda has been nominated by Japan’s government to be the next governor of the country’s central bank. Haruhiko Kuroda is currently the head of the Asian Development Bank and is seen as a supporter of aggressive monetary easing to help revive Japan’s economy. The government, which recently won a general election, wants the Bank of Japan to do more to boost growth. Both...

Japan has reported weaker-than-expected economic data, underlining the challenges the government faces as it tries to revive the country's economy

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Japan has reported weaker-than-expected economic data, underlining the challenges the government faces as it tries to revive the country’s economy. Industrial output fell 3.3% in June, from the previous month. Compared with the same month a year ago it fell 4.8%. Meanwhile, household spending declined 0.4% from a year earlier. Analysts had expected growth of 1.0%. Japan has been trying to b...

The Great East Japan Earthquake and resulting tsunami that tore through the country's north-eastern coastal communities killed almost 16,000 people and destroyed the lives of thousands more

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One year after north-eastern Japan was shaken by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and inundated by tsunami waters, the National Police Agency figures show the scale of the disaster and how much progress the country has made towards recovery. The Great East Japan Earthquake and resulting tsunami that tore through the country’s north-eastern coastal communities killed almost 16,000 people and destr...

Japan is voting in upper house elections expected to deliver a win for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

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Japan is voting in upper house elections expected to deliver a win for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Half of the 242 seats in the chamber are being contested. Polls show Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and its allies could secure a majority, meaning a ruling party would control both houses of parliament for the first time in six years. The deadlock in parliament has been seen as a...

Yoshihiko Noda, the former Japan’s finance minister, has become the new prime minister

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Naoto Kan, Japan’s PM steps down.   Yoshihiko Noda, the former Japan’s finance minister, has become the new prime minister.   Yoshihiko Noda, 54, is the seventh prime minister in six years, inheriting a parliament racked by division, a sluggish economy and a nation struggling to recover from the 11 March tsunami and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis. The new prime minister’s election, aft...

Japan will seek compensation from China for damages to its diplomatic missions there during protests over disputed islands

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Japan will seek compensation from China for damages to its diplomatic missions there during protests over disputed islands, Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura has said. Osamu Fujimura told reporters in Tokyo that “this was an issue between the governments”. It comes as China expressed regret over protesters attacking the US ambassador’s car in Beijing on Tuesday. Chinese dis...

Joe Biden arrived in Tokyo late on Monday and will then head to Beijing and Seoul during his six-day visit

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...erned” about China’s new air defense identification zone (ADIZ). In written responses to Japan’s Asahi newspaper, Joe Biden said China and Japan had to establish measures to lower tensions. Joe Biden arrived in Tokyo late on Monday and will then head to Beijing and Seoul during his six-day visit. The air zone row is likely to dominate the week of talks. Joe Biden’s most imp...