Tokyo lawmakers approve anti-smoking ordinance as capital gears up for 2020 Olympics

The Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly on Wednesday passed an anti-smoking ordinance that is stricter than the national version currently under consideration, in a move intended to rein in secondhand smoke and create a tobacco-free 2020 Olympics. The capital city …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Why The Nikkei 225 Has Shown No Growth This Year
views 110
In turn, growth on the Nikkei 225 has remained slu...
Japan March bank loans rise 3.0 percent vs year ag...
views 347
TOKYO, - Japanese bank lending rose 3.0 percent in...
Japan Inc. overcomes falling revenue to log record...
views 302
Itochu, for example, showed a 47% jump in net prof...
A hospital in Japan will use robots to help out th...
views 248
In Nagoya, Japan, a city that once held an entire ...
Light earthquake: M4.6 quake has struck near Hirar...
views 61
A light earthquake magnitude 4.6 (ml/mb) has struc...
Japan to backtrack on budget target, social welfar...
views 102
Under the new fiscal guidelines, the government wi...
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo – HD Video Interview...
views 196
In this interview, filmed in a luxurious suite at ...
Japan govt names six investment banks for Japan Po...
views 304
The government sold about $12 billion worth of sha...
Foreign Property Investors Drawn to U.S. Industria...
views 230
Major foreign investors that have recently acquire...
Hong Kong Commercial Property Prices Triple Over P...
views 212
Prices in Manhattan and London’s West End have alm...