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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's abrupt decision to partially pause a domestic travel campaign amid rising COVID-19 cases - after insisting it would go ahead - looks likely to cost him support and may cloud his chances of a long-term tenure.
TOKYO (Reuters): Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office helped cover the costs of dinner parties held for his supporters, sources close to Abe told local media on Tuesday (Nov 24) evening, in a possible violation of funding and election laws.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was grilled by opposition lawmakers on Wednesday over whether he made inaccurate claims in parliament last year about a potential breach of laws on gift-giving by his predecessor.
Japan and China are racing to build a new type of ultra-fast, levitating train, seeking to demonstrate their mastery over a technology with big export potential.
China Daily in its editorial says that with the US intensifying its endeavours in Asia, Tokyo needs to reassure China that it still wants to improve relations.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Hotel documents show former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe's camp paid part of the expenses for a dinner party held for his supporters the night before an annual cherry blossom viewing party, NHK public TV said on Monday, citing unnamed sources.
BEFORE the coronavirus gouged holes in US prosperity in March, the economy was sailing along nicely. There’s not much debate about that. There is, however, plenty of disagreement about how much credit should go to the policies enacted during President Donald Trump’s term
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is set to welcome his first high-level visitor from China next week, as Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Tokyo on a trip that was expected to also take him to South Korea.
BEIJING (Reuters): A decision by the Communist Party of China to raise the retirement age under a long-term economic and development plan has sparked anger on social media in fast-greying China.
TOKYO (Reuters) - International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach said on Monday it was impossible now to have a sound figure about additional costs related to the postponement of the Tokyo Games.