Japan has agreed to lend $2.1 billion to Iraq to develop Basra refinery, a top official was quoted as saying in an Iraq Business News report.
“The Japanese government has agreed to lend Iraq a loan of $2.1 billion t
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning a stimulus package with a headline figure of $255 billion to reflate the flagging economy, Fuji TV said, though it is uncertain how much of it will consist of government spending.
Nineteen people were feared dead and as many as 24 others wounded after an attack by a knife-wielding man at a facility for the disabled in Japan early on Tuesday, NHK reported.
Police in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture,
The Japanese government is preparing a package of economic stimulus measures totaling $190 billion or more, though actual government spending is likely to be less than half that amount, sources involved in the process said on Thursday.
IncrediBuild, a leading development acceleration solution provider, has officially opened an office in Tokyo, Japan.
While the company's client list includes major Japanese companies such as Sony, Nintendo, Mitsubishi and more, this
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition won a landslide victory on Sunday in an election for parliament's upper house, despite concerns about his economic policies and plans to revise the nation's post-war pacifist constitution
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition won a landslide victory on Sunday in an election for parliament's upper house that the Japanese leader has cast as a referendum on his "Abenomics" revival policies, media exit polls
Taiwanese low-cost carrier V Air launched its first flight to Okinawa from Taipei today.
The maiden flight took off with 100 per cent load factor from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, and marks another expansion in its networ
Japan will launch a tender for fighter jets as soon as mid-July, the Ministry of Defence said, in a deal seen worth up to $40 billion as Tokyo seeks to bolster its air defences amid creeping tension with China over disputed maritime borders.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's limping "Abenomics" revival programme suffered a fresh blow on Friday when Britain's vote to leave the European Union sent the yen soaring and threatened to make companies and consumers even