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France Beats Japan, Germany To Win $40 Billion Australian Submarine Deal

Beyond the contract price tag, Australia's decision on the submarines will have political implications both at home and abroad

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Mitsubishi Motors Mileage Scandal Widens, US Regulator Seeks Information

Japan's sixth-largest automaker admitted it had overstated the fuel efficiency of 625,000 cars, wiping off around 40 per cent of its market value, or $3.2 billion over three days, and prompting a raid by Japanese authorities on one of its facilities

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Softbank Investors Seek Nikesh Arora's Removal Over 'Poor' Decisions

A group of investors of Japanese mobile giant SoftBank has sought probe and possible sacking of its India-born COO Nikesh Arora over potential conflicts of interest tied to his role as an adviser to a private equity firm.

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Bullet Train Will Need 100 Trips Daily To Be Financially Viable: Study

Japan has offered a concessional loan of Rs 97,636 crore to fund about 80 per cent of the project cost with a repayment period of 50 years beginning from the 16th year of operation at an interest rate of 0.1 per cent

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Japan Leads Criticism Of India's Steel Policy At WTO

China, the world's biggest steel producer, commented on India's restrictions on trade in apples but did not join the criticism on steel

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Second Quake Prolongs Production Halts In Japan Manufacturing Hub

Sony Corp, Honda Motor Co, Mitsubishi Electric Corp among leading companies that have suspended production to inspect plants

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Asia Shares Dragged Lower By Japan, Dollar Still Groggy

A renewed slip in oil prices added to the cautious mood, while the dollar remained on the defensive ahead of the always-pivotal US payrolls report

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Japan Commits Rs 14,250 Crore Loans To India For Infra Projects

Japan has committed a total of JPY 390 billion in the current financial year, ending today, which is the highest amount committed in a year, it said.

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Japan Firms Could Stash Cash In Safes If Rates Go Negative

A popular series of company safes from Secom Co Ltd can be crammed with some 150 million yen to 1.6 billion yen ($1.3 million-$14 million) in Japan's biggest-denomination bills

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Yen Gains, Asian Stocks At Session Lows After BOJ Holds Steady

With the global economy slowing and many countries facing deflationary pressures, investors' focus remains squarely on policy decisions from the world's major central banks

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Japan's Long-Surviving Businesses

Long lived business is result of healthy relationship with the larger community. Japanese believe in personal relationship and emphasise that business is secondary to relationship

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Euro Up As Draghi Muddles Easing Message, Asia Nonplussed

The muddled message sent European bond yields surging and snuffed out a nascent rally in risk sentiment, leaving Asian share markets at a loss on how to react.

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Japan's Softbank Splits Into Two Divisions

Group President Nikesh Arora will be CEO of the overseas division, and Ken Miyauchi, a SoftBank director, will lead the domestic business

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Haryana Aims To Attract Rs 4.25 lakh Crore During 'Happening Haryana Global Summit'

The event is being organised by the state government in association with the Confederation of Indian Industry

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Japan Exports Fall Most Since 2009 As Global Slowdown Bites

Japan suffers the biggest decline since October 2009 when the global financial crisis knocked demand across the world

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