Japan’s embattled finance minister preparing to skip G20 meeting: officials

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso was preparing to skip a Group of 20 finance leaders’ gathering in Buenos Aires next week, officials said on Tuesday, with the minister fighting to survive a cronyism scandal that has paralyzed parliament.
( read original story …)


Related Post

Welcome, Business Insider Japan!
views 201
Business Insider launched a Japanese edition Monda...
'Drone City' May Be Built in Tokyo Befor...
views 163
Think of 2020, with the Olympic Games being held i...
Bank of Japan Fintech Head: Don't Expect Cent...
views 186
While central banks around the world are taking an...
Japan exports grow, manufacturers mood sours as ye...
views 115
Monday’s news also followed gross domestic product...
Japan Now Has a Drive-Through Funeral Service
views 69
Located in the central part of Ueda, Japan, it wor...
Japan’s Nikkei dives seven per cent
views 77
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 stock index has plung...
A dummy’s guide to student travel insurance
views 132
Depending on the destination of your higher studie...
Tokyo governor launches new party ahead of electio...
views 129
Tokyo's governor is launching a new political part...
Cocoroom: This guesthouse uses art to help Homeles...
views 188
We were in the Kamagasaki district of Osaka, an ar...
Japanese businessman Toshiaki Ogawara who ‘discove...
views 207
He provided the institute with $1 million in fundi...