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Toshiba Says Likely To Report First Quarter Operating Loss On Coronavirus Impact

Toshiba last suffered a quarterly operating loss in the October-December quarter of 2016, at the peak of a crisis stemming from the failure of its U.S. nuclear power unit Westinghouse.

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Asian Stocks Fall On US Stimulus Uncertainty

The S&P 500 snapped a seven-day winning streak after coming within reach of its all-time peak hit in February just before the global outbreak of the COVID-19.

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Japan continues to swelter in blistering heat, heatstroke warning issued

Japan continues to swelter in blistering heat, heatstroke warning issued

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Keeping a close watch on grave situation in Hong Kong: Japan

Keeping a close watch on grave situation in Hong Kong: Japan

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India's Marine Power & Blue Economy

The Blue Economy, with its untapped seabed minerals and renewable ocean energy, could prove that light at the end of the tunnel for Covid-19 afflicted India. The nation’s strategic location in the IOR and its potentials as a maritime power is a blessing for both the security of the region and the Indian economy.

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Hope search, rescue operations of Air India Express flight crash victims conclude soon: Japan envoy

Hope search, rescue operations of Air India Express flight crash victims conclude soon: Japan envoy

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Japan's Spending Slump Eases As Economy Reopens, COVID-19 Clouds Outlook

Household spending in June declined 1.2% from a year earlier, government data showed on Friday, less than a median market forecast for a 7.5% drop.

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Nintendo Posts Five-Fold Profit Jump As Animal Crossing Sales Top 22 Million

Operating profit for April-June was 144.7 billion yen ($1.37 billion), smashing an average estimate of 71 billion yen from 12 analysts

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Japan's Climate Change Efforts Hindered By Biased Business Lobby

Coal now generates 32% of Japan's electricity, although the government wants that proportion to fall to 26% and renewables to climb to 22-24% from around 18% currently by 2030.

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Japan's Nishimura: Free Trade Will Be Important For Economic Recovery

Ministers from the 11-member Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) are due to hold a video conference on Thursday, Japan time.

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Sharp Reports 38% Drop In First-Quarter Operating Profit, Beats Analyst Estimates

The maker of sensors, camera modules and screens for Apple Inc's iPhones posted an operating profit of 9 billion yen ($85.2 million) for the April-June quarter

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Japan's Nintendo Seen Posting Bumper Profit As Fans Await Pipeline Update

Sales of Animal Crossing likely reached 8 million units in the quarter, said Citigroup analyst Kota Ezawa, who sees total sales for the title reaching 20 million units.

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Extreme heat in Japan leaves 6 killed, near 3,500 injured in one week

Extreme heat in Japan leaves 6 killed, near 3,500 injured in one week

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Nippon Steel May Hasten And Extend Restructuring Measures

The world's third-largest steelmaker posted a net loss of 42 billion yen ($397 million) for the April to June quarter against a profit of 33 billion yen a year earlier, as shipments fell 23% on slumping demand from automakers and other manufacturers.

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Subaru Sees Annual Profit Sinking To 9-Year Low As Coronavirus Hits Car Sales

Japan's seventh-biggest automaker by sales expects annual operating profit to sink 62% to 80 billion yen ($754.3 million), its lowest since the 2011/12 financial year, and weaker than analyst estimates compiled by Refinitiv.

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