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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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Dollar Near Three-And-A-Half Month Lows Amid Doubts Over European Banks' Health

The dollar's fall has been most notable against the yen, which had been depressed at low levels over a long period because of the Bank of Japan's aggressive monetary easing since 2013

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Steel Companies Gain As India Imposes Minimum Import Price

China and Japan are exporting large quantities of steel to India to tide over their own poor demand due to slowing economies and over-capacity

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BOJ Stuns Markets With Negative Interest Rate Surprise

The Japanese central bank chief said as recently as last week that the bank was not thinking of adopting a negative interest rate policy for now, telling the Japanese parliament that further easing would likely take the form of an expansion of its massive asset-buying programme

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Asia Stocks Jump, Yen Weakens As BOJ Stuns With Negative Rates

Japan's central bank said it would charge 0.1 per cent for excess reserves parked with the institution, an aggressive policy pioneered by the European Central Bank

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Japan Locomotives Deal Stalled Over Pricing

Indian Railways is seeking 200 electric locomotives of 9000 horsepower capacity each for Western Dedicated Freight Corridor and as per the loan condition, these have to be bought from Japan

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India-Japan Relationship Enters New Phase

During Shinzo Abe's visit, Delhi underscored more robustly than ever that peace, stability and development in the Indo-Pacific region are indispensable to India's security and prosperity

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'Hayashi Electric To Focus On Distribution Network To Back Its Entry In India'

In an exclusive chat with BW | Businessworld's Haider Ali Khan, Ashish Narang, COO India, South East Asia and Middle East, Hayashi Electric, spoke about the company's plan and targets in India

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As Clock Ticks Down On Sanctions, Iran Oil Tankers Set To Target India, Europe

Iran has 22 Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) floating off its coast, with 13 fully or almost fully loaded, carrying enough crude to meet India's import needs for almost a week

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North Korea Claims 'Successful' Hydrogen Bomb Test

The test, which came just two days before Kim Jong-Un's birthday, was initially detected by international seismology monitors as a 5.1-magnitude tremor next to the North's main Punggye-ri nuclear test site in the northeast of the country

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Asian Shares Fall As North Korea Claims Hydrogen Bomb Test

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe condemns North Korea's announcement of nuclear test, calling it a 'serious threat' to Japan and a 'grave challenge' to nuclear non-proliferation efforts

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Japan, India's 'Swing' Power

Following the festering dispute over the Senkaku islands in the East China Sea, Tokyo's long-term vision is to develop India as a manufacturing hub for its industries. India's low-wage economy and skilled workforce fit neatly into this vision

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Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project To Use Shinkansen Technology

Shinkansen trains are electric multiple units, offering fast acceleration, deceleration and reduced damage to the track because of lighter vehicles

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India To Get Japan's Bullet Train, Deepens Defence And Nuclear Ties

Under the defence deals announced on Saturday, the two sides will share technology, equipment and military information, but the long-awaited sale of Japanese aircraft in a deal worth about $1.1 billion was not concluded

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'Make In India' Has Become A Movement In Japan: Modi

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says Modi's speed of implementing policies and reforms is like a bullet train and 'his reform agenda is as safe as Shinkansen'

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