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Abe vows to stick to reflationary policies after election win

“I want to boldly implement the ‘Three Arrows’,” Abe said.


Abe re-elected despite low-turnout in Japan polls

TV Asahi said the pairing had won 333 of the 475 seats, while TBS put the figure at 328.


Japan heads to polls with PM Shinzo Abe on course to retain power

Abe called for the election, saying he wanted a fresh mandate for his economic program and other policies.


Japan runs short of butter as dairy farms dwindle

The reason is lower output due to unusually hot weather last summer in Hokkaido, Japan’s dairy basket.

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Volcano in south Japan erupts, disrupting flights

The Japan Meteorological Agency does not expect the eruption to increase in scale.


In Japan, local students flock to Indian schools to learn English

Set to host Olympics in 2020, lack of fluency in English is a collective concern of govt, citizens.


Earthquake aftermath: Dozens take shelter from Japan quake aftershocks

The damage in a mountainous area that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics was worse than initially thought.

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6.7 magnitude quake hits Japan; 39 injured, 37 homes destroyed

Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority said no abnormalities were reported at three nuclear power plants in the affected areas.

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Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe puts off tax hike, calls snap poll

The decision to push ahead with April’s increase in the sales tax, has been judged a miscalculation by some of Abe’s advisers.

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What Japan’s recession means for country, world

Here are some implications for the global economy and for Japan following the unexpectedly dismal GDP report.


APEC conference: Xi Jinping, Shinzo Abe hold ice-breaking meeting

The spat between China and Japan over uninhabited East China Sea islands raised concerns of a military confrontation between the two.

Japan offers help for ‘smart’ Andhra capital

A joint working group has been constituted to look into the proposals made by the Japanese delegation.


Japan trade, justice ministers quit amid scandals

Political funding scandals are a chronic problem in Japan and key factor behind the revolving-door politics of recent decades.


Powerful typhoon Vongfong makes landfall in Japan; 35 people hurt

At least 35 people have been reported injured in Okinawa and Kyushu.


Mount Ontake tragedy: Japan volcano victims leave photos of last moments

More than 50 people died when Mount Ontake, a popular hiking destination in central Japan, erupted without warning on Sept. 27