Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print

Latest Articles in japan

Japan's SoftBank Plans To Sell $7.9 Billion In Alibaba Stock To Cut Debt

Investors have been worried about finances at the Japanese internet and telecoms company since its 2013 acquisition of a majority stake in No. 4 US wireless carrier Sprint Corp which has been burning cash amid fierce competition for subscribers

Read More

Economy On Upward Curve, Monsoon, GST To Push Growth: Jaitley

Jaitley said the Indian economy clocked 7 per cent growth rate in every quarter last fiscal despite an unsupportive global economy and two consecutive years of weak monsoon

Read More

SoftBank's Investments In India May Surpass $10 Billion

SoftBank, which owns one of Japan's biggest mobile carriers and a controlling stake in US-based Sprint Corp, will make its first $350 million investment in a solar project in India

Read More

Japanese Investors Keen On India's Infrastructure Growth Story, Says Arun Jaitley

Japanese conglomerate SoftBank and a number of investors here have shown keen interest in investing in India's 'infrastructure growth story', Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday as he kicked off his 6-day visit to Japan aimed at attracting investments from Asia's second biggest economy

Read More

Jaitley To Meet Abe, Japanese Industry Leaders

The finance minister is scheduled to meet chiefs of SoftBank, Suzuki Motor and Japan International Cooperation Agency

Read More

300 Evacuated From Korean Air Plane At Tokyo Airport

TV footage from the airport showed the plane, which was bound for South Korea's Gimpo International, surrounded by red fire trucks

Read More

G7 Expresses Concern Over North Korea, Russia, Sea Disputes Involving China

The G7 commits to market-based exchange rates and to avoiding 'competitive devaluation' of their currencies, while warning against wild exchange-rate moves

Read More

Obama Says US Won't Apologise For Nuclear Attack On Japan

Obama will become the first sitting US president to visit Hiroshima, where the first atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945

Read More

G7 United Against Brexit But Can Only Hope For An 'In' Vote

Britain's momentous referendum on whether to stay in the EU has been a prime issue for global markets and policymakers, who can largely only wait and see what Britons will say at the polls on June 23

Read More

Lacking New Ideas, G7 To Agree On 'Go-Your-Own-Way'

As years of aggressive money printing stretch the limits of monetary policy, the G7 policy response to anaemic inflation and subdued growth has become increasingly splintered

Read More

Suzuki Says It Used Wrong Mileage Tests For Japan Models; Shares Slide

Japan's fourth-largest automaker said 2.1 million vehicles were affected but Chief Executive Osamu Suzuki told reporters that his workers did not intentionally use improper data

Read More

Indian Team To Discuss Bullet Train Project In Tokyo

The high-level team will also discuss the finalisation of the general consultant for the Rs 98,000 crore flagship project with senior Japanese officials

Read More

An Underpriced Art And A Good Buy

In India pottery is still a highly underleveraged art form. Buy a few pieces not only as an investment but something to love and cherish

Read More

Yen Soars, Stocks Slump As BOJ Holds Policy

The BOJ decided to maintain its pledge to increase base money at an annual pace of 80 trillion yen ($732 billion) via aggressive asset purchases

Read More

Mitsubishi Motors Says It Used Non-Compliant Mileage Data For 25 Years

The automaker's admission that more models may not comply with Japanese standards has sparked fears of ballooning compensation costs and fines

Read More