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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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...e delivery of the first of its aircraft in the second half of this year. United Airlines is the only US carrier currently flying Dreamliners, and the carrier said it was not taking any immediate action. Even before Wednesday’s emergency landing, Boeing was facing an inquiry by Japanese and US authorities over its Dreamliner issues. Last week, the US Federal Aviation Administration started a...

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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...o change the status quo by force, rather than by the rule of law”. Relations between China and Japan have been strained over recent years. China said on Saturday that if Japan shot down Chinese drones, this would be considered “an act of war” by Beijing. The statement was referring to reports that PM Shinzo Abe had approved defense plans that envisaged using air force planes to s...

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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...markets, such as the US and eurozone has hurt demand for its exports, one of the biggest drivers of Japanese growth. Slowing growth and anti-Japan protests in China – Japan’s biggest trading partner – have further impacted its export sector. To add to its woes, the debt crisis in the eurozone and weak recovery in the US have seen many investors flock to safe-haven assets such as...

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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...om 2006-2007 before stepping aside amid plummeting poll numbers, citing illness. He says he will now use public spending in an effort 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 cha...

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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...ense identification zone (ADIZ) over a swathe of the East China Sea, including islands controlled by Japan. It says all aircraft transiting the zone must obey certain rules, such as filing flight plans, or face “measures”. Japan, US and South Korea – which claims a rock that lies within China’s declared zone – have strongly criticised the move, with the US calling it...

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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...ned the yen sharply A territorial dispute with China has hit sales of Japanese goods to the country, Japan’s biggest trading partner, over the past few months. However, the latest data indicated that things may be starting to change. Japan’s shipments to China raised by 3% in January from a year earlier, the first rise since May. At the same time, exports to the US, the world’s b...

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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...s when they repatriate their foreign earnings back home. The yen has weakened nearly 12% against the US dollar since November last year on hopes of such moves. It was trading close to 88.97 yen against the US dollar in Asian trade on Friday. The government said that it would continue to keep a watch on the currency’s movements and “respond as appropriate”. Japanese shares rose on...

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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Japan has accused China of violating its airspace for the first time after a Chinese government plane flew near disputed East China Sea islands. Fighter jets were scrambled after the plane was seen around 11:00 local time near one of the islands, spokesman Osamu Fujimura said. Japan lodged an immediate protest with Beijing, he said. The islands, known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China, have...

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

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...n, communicate and identify themselves. Those who do not could face “defensive emergency measures”. Japanese and South Korean planes have flown unannounced through China’s newly-declared air defense zone China’s move has been condemned by the US and Japan. The US, which called the move a “destabilizing attempt to alter the status quo in the region”, flew two unarmed B-52 b...

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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...ed by a potentially more provocative plan by right-wing Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara to buy them using public donations and develop them. Since then both Chinese and Taiwanese vessels have been sailing in and out of what Japan says are its territorial waters around the islands. The US, meanwhile, has called for calm, with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging “cooler heads to prev...

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 The Japanese Coast Guard said the first two Chinese boats entered Japan’s territorial waters at 06:18 local time, followed by another fleet of four other ships just after 07:00. The first two ships then left the area. A third ship left later on Friday morning, one report said. No force was used,...

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

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...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 nations to retain the death penalty, usually reserved for multiple murders. “I ordered the executions after giving careful consideration to the...

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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...hanges that Shinzo Abe is seen as likely to endorse may prove to be controversial. One is restarting Japan’s nuclear reactors – something many in Japan are opposed to. Another are nationalistic policies that may cause tension with neighboring countries. This includes the possible revision of Japan’s pacifist constitution, especially a section which prohibits the use of force in i...

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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...criticism of China’s establishment of an ADIZ that includes islands claimed and controlled by Japan. It also includes a submerged rock claimed by South Korea. China says aircraft operating within its ADIZ must follow certain rules such as filing flight plans, or face “defensive emergency measures”. US, Japanese and South Korean military aircraft have all defied these rules and J...