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    1. Kobe Steel Executive Vice President Naoto Umehara attends a news conference in Tokyo, Japan October 20, 2017. Japan’s third-largest steelmaker, which supplies the world’s top airline ...

    2. Japan goes to the polls on Sunday to elect a new government, with chaos in the opposition ranks meaning incumbent Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is almost certain to be returned despite his ...

    3. Japan standards inspectors search Kobe Steel over faked data

      Associated Press via Yahoo News18 minutes ago

      Japan's industrial standards agency searched offices of metals maker Kobe Steel on Friday as investigations into falsified data on its products widened. Company officials told reporters ...

    4. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on course for a big electoral victory on Sunday, latest polls suggest, helped by economic growth, opposition disarray and an existential threat from North Korea’s nuclear program.

    5. Benchmarks in Japan and New Zealand on Friday narrowly notched their 14th straight day of gains, with the Nikkei’s winning streak the longest in nearly 57 years. The Nikkei NIK, +0.04% ...

    6. Japan’s Emperor Akihito is likely to abdicate at the end of March 2019 and Crown Prince Naruhito is expected to ascend the throne in April, the first abdication by a Japanese monarch ...

    7. Japan's financial regulator is planning to question regional banks that are deemed to have poor business models, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday. The Financial ...

    8. Japan’s Hopeful Election

      The Wall Street Journal17 hours ago

      Yuriko Koike’s rise as a reformer is the best news of the campaign.

    9. Japan's core consumer prices were expected to rise for a ninth straight month in September, a Reuters poll showed, but were still likely to be less than half way to achieving the Bank ...

    10. Japan's Emperor Akihito will step down on March 31, 2019, a report said Friday, the first imperial retirement in more than two centuries. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet top officials ...

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