Japan home-sharing law causes renters to exit market

TOKYO — As Japan prepares to legalize home-sharing businesses this week, some people who currently rent out their homes are, in fact, seeing the long-awaited deregulation as a sign to exit the market. A new law that allows home-sharing, called minpaku …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Avengers 4 To Film In Japan
views 252
In a report from this past April, THR notes: The S...
Japan’s economic sentiment hits lowest point...
views 32
TOKYO -- A barometer measuring the Japanese genera...
Japan maglev project marred by bid-rigging arrests
views 186
TOKYO -- Japan's big four contractors are accused ...
Yokohama Tire Enters “The Happiest Race on Earth!”...
views 224
What started as Marines racing army Jeeps in the P...
World stocks dip before central bank test; Japan b...
views 98
MILAN (Reuters) - World stocks fell and the dollar...
Japan and South Korea lag rivals in fiber-optic sp...
views 13
Sweden and Denmark speeds are now around 40 Mbps, ...
Apple considers bidding for big stake in Toshiba c...
views 326
Apple Inc. is considering teaming up with its supp...
Japanese Prime Minister Abe to meet with Donald Tr...
views 293
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in New York ...
Japanese noodles maker drops 4.8pc in Hong Kong de...
views 202
The Osaka-based comp... Japanese noodles maker Nis...
Sharp lifts annual profit outlook, to retire some ...
views 58
The Osaka-based electronics maker, a supplier to A...