Flood and quake knock down Japan’s economy to ‘weakening’

TOKYO — The earthquake and typhoons that struck Japan in September have caused the government to lower its assessment of the nation’s industrial picture for the first time in two years.
( read original story …)


Related Post

Nikkei edges up, mood cautious before Trump's...
views 317
TOKYO Feb 28 Japan's Nikkei share average edged up...
Japan’s defense chief says Tokyo expressed c...
views 198
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's defense minister said To...
Okinawa, Osaka governors at odds over police offic...
views 237
Okinawa Gov. Takeshi Onaga told a news conference ...
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has announced a...
views 199
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a news c...
BOJ warns of risk from lax bank loans to ‘mi...
views 89
TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan warned on Thur...
Philippine's Duterte tells Japan his China vi...
views 233
Tokyo: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sought...
A scandal over schools, land and nationalism in Ja...
views 262
Japanese people with the "spirits" of foreigners w...
Most Asian markets down, but Nikkei trades up
views 228
A man looks at price lists outside a store in Toky...
Japan Post to drop talks to buy Nomura Real Estate...
views 251
TOKYO Japan Post Holdings Co (6178.T) will probabl...
Different Sensory Pathways Engaged in Feeling and ...
views 199
Nagoya University (2017, August 3 ... Published on...