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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Emperor Naruhito, dressed in pure white robes, was ushered into a dark wooden hall by torchlight on Thursday night to start his last major accession rite after becoming emperor this spring: spending the night with a goddess.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean woman who had been forced to work in a Japanese wartime military brothel said Japan lacked honour for failing to attend a South Korean court on Wednesday as it began hearing a civil case brought against its government by a group of victims.
Japanese fashion group Fast Retailing Co Ltd, owner of clothing chain Uniqlo, on Nov 13 said it has partnered two robotics startups to help improve efficiency in warehousing and distribution.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe surged back to power seven years ago, pledging to bolster Japan's defences in response to a growing threat from China and aiming to amend the pacifist constitution.
SINGAPORE: The New Zealand dollar soared 1% on Wednesday after the country's central bank unexpectedly left interest rates on hold, while most other currencies trod water.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened weaker against the US dollar today after yesterday’s release of disappointing economic data, casting doubt on the country’s economic growth momentum, dealers said.
TOKYO: Asian stocks and Wall Street futures fell on Wednesday on growing worries U.S.-China trade talks are stalling after President Donald Trump failed to deliver any new information about when the two countries would sign a trade deal.
TOKYO: Nissan Motor Co. withdrew its dividend outlook and said it’s now undecided on a payout, dealing an unexpected blow to top shareholder Renault SA.
NEW YORK: Global equity markets and the dollar rose on Tuesday as U.S. President Donald Trump reiterated the United States is close to signing a trade deal with China but offered no new details.
TOKYO: In a disappointing third quarter earnings season for Japan Inc, one prominent theme is that moves in the yen have been a particular headache.A total of 438 Tokyo-listed companies have cut their full-year earnings guidance, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Fifty-six of them announced a change to their currency expectations in addition to their lowered profit forecasts.