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Japanese exports rose in July at the fastest annual pace in nearly three years as the benefits of a weak yen finally started to take hold, and brisk sales of cars and electronics to the United States, Asia and Europe showed a recovery in overseas demand.
NAHA, Japan (Reuters) - Masatoshi Onaga says Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is out of touch with Okinawa, one of Japan's poorest prefectures and the reluctant host to half the U.S. forces in the country.
While innovation happens, we need it to happen much more often
NEW YORK: After Wall Street’s biggest weekly decline since June and the worst week this year for the Dow average, investors will be searching for a rebound. But the best gains may not be at home as investors take notice of an improved outlook in Europe.
NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Foreign investors, who rapaciously scooped up U.S. real estate during the 2007-2009 recession, are backing away from the same markets they so eagerly jumped into a few years ago.
NEW YORK: After Wall Street's biggest weekly decline since June and the worst week this year for the Dow average, investors will be searching for a rebound. But the best gains may not be at home as investors take notice of an improved outlook in Europe.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Rugby's new scrum law could simply see the crooked feed replace the collapse as the source of contention, and penalties, if the first outings at test level in the Rugby Championship on Saturday were anything to go by.
The US dollar held an overall gain and remained close to one-week highs, supported by elevated US Treasury yields, improving data flows and expectations for the Federal Reserve to curb stimulus in this September 2013.
KUALA LUMPUR: AMMB Holdings Bhd's first quarter net profit rose 6.5% to RM468mil from RM442.8mil a year ago
China’s three international airports – Beijing Capital, Shanghai Pudong and Guangzhou Baiyun – are always ranked last among 30 major international airports when it comes to flight punctuality.