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Japan's SoftBank Steps Closer To Transformation With $21 Billion Mobile IPO

SoftBank's bets so far have been as varied as small gaming startups, ride-hailing firms such as Uber Technologies Inc, and e-commerce behemoth Alibaba Group Holding Ltd

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India Keen To Locally Manufacture And Export Bullet Train Coaches

India is building the country's first high speed rail corridor between Mumbai to Ahmedabad which is expected to be operational by 2022. Initially, India is set to buy 18 such Shinkansen trains from Japan for Rs 7,000 crore

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Forex Swap With India Intended To Function As Safety Net: Japan Finance Minister

Japan and India signed a $75 billion bilateral currency swap agreement on Monday during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Tokyo

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Narendra Modi Asks Japan's MSMEs To Explore Business Opportunities In India

Modi, who attended the 13th India-Japan annual summit, said the ease of doing business was his top priority

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US Says It Could Remove India From Currency Monitoring List

India for the first time was placed by the US in its currency monitoring list of countries with potentially questionable foreign exchange policies in April along with five other countries – China, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Switzerland

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Observations & Thoughts of a Professional Nomad: Common Sense Among Common People

Tokyo, being among the largest urban areas in the world with approximately 37 million people, one expects a level of noise to match other big cities. However, it is amazingly quiet and peaceful despite being a vibrant city buzzing with activity. People speak softly among themselves, as a matter of routine and not exception.

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PM Welcomes Deepening Partnership Between India, Japan

Modi welcomed the strengthening of various defence dialogue mechanisms between the two countries, and the enhanced linkages between the armed forces of India and Japan

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Asian Economies Discuss Trade Pact Amid Rising Protectionism

Japan has sought to take leadership in shaping the pact as an alternative to a Pacific Rim free-trade grouping that Trump abandoned early this year, the Trans-Pacific Partnership

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Japan In Talks With US To Try To Avoid Adverse Impacts From Iran Sanctions

The United States has told countries to cut all imports of Iranian oil from November and is unlikely to offer any exemptions, a senior State Department official said on Tuesday as the Trump administration ramps up pressure on allies to cut off funding to Iran

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Met Leaders Of Asia To Discuss Shared Commitment To Free And Open Indo-Pacific

"We have established a new framework for a trade that will ensure reciprocity through enforcement actions, reform of international organisations and new fair-trade deals that benefit the US and our partners," Trump

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Uber's South Asia Policy Chief Quits In Latest Senior Departure

Kohli is the latest senior executive to leave Uber. The firm's European policy chief quit in October, shortly after the departure of Uber's top boss in Britain

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US, China Can Solve All Global Problems Together: Trump To Xi

Trump is in China as part of a five-nation tour of Asia. He has already visited South Korea and Japan and will go on to Vietnam and the Philippines soon

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Kobe Steel Crisis Deepens As More Data Tampering Revealed; Shares Tumble

Apan's Kobe Steel Ltd plunged deeper into crisis on Wednesday as fresh revelations showed data fabrication at the steelmaker was more widespread than initially thought, heightening a safety scare along the global supply chain.

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India To Send 3 Lakh Youth To Japan For On-job Training

TITP is an ambitious program to send Three Lakh Indian technical interns to Japan for on the job training for a period of three to five years

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Toshiba, Keen To Seal $18 Billion Chips Sale, Wrestles With Last-Minute Delays

Japan's Toshiba Corp is locked in last minute discussions over "key issues" with the would-be buyers of its $18 billion memory chip business led by U.S. private equity firm Bain, potentially delaying a formal agreement on the sale.

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