A high-level delegation from Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF Zone) explored the Japan market to utilise its potential for both sides at a electronics exhibition in Tokyo.
The team, led by Saud Salim Al Mazrouei, dire
Sony Corp on Tuesday said sales of its PlayStation 4 video game consoles exceeded 18.5 million units as of January 4, up from 13.5 million at the end of October, showing solid holiday demand and a bright spot for a company recovering from a mass
The euro hit a nearly nine-year low versus the dollar on Monday as investors bet on quantitative easing by the European Central Bank while Asian shares were subdued as soft manufacturing surveys soured the mood.
The euro fell to a
A US-bound American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Tokyo on Wednesday after hitting severe turbulence created by a strong winter storm, with several people taken to hospital for minor injuries.
Three companies have emerged to make a joint bid for Citigroup’s credit card business in Japan, the Nikkei reported, as the US lender goes ahead with plans to exit consumer banking in the country.
Shinsei Bank, department st
A typhoon lashed Japan with torrential rain on Monday after killing at least one person, forcing the cancellation of flights and prompting warnings to more than 200,000 people to evacuate their homes before heading out to sea.
Sony said yesterday it would sell properties at a prestigious Tokyo site where it had its headquarters for six decades, as the once world-beating firm struggles to repair its bottom line.
The company's 16.1 billion yen ($157 m
Riyadh and Jeddah are among the cheapest 10 cities for expatriates in the world, while Singapore has outstripped Tokyo as the most expensive city, according to annual rankings by the Economist Intelligence Unit released on Tuesday.
Tokyo celebrated after being awarded the 2020 Olympic Games on Sunday, with a huge roar arising from thousands gathered in a park in the early hours of a grey, humid morning and people embracing on street corners in the city.
A group including former US insurance magnate Maurice "Hank" Greenberg and an Abu Dhabi sovereign fund have agreed to buy a prominent Tokyo office building for $1 billion, people with direct knowledge of the transaction said.