Dec. 16, 2018
Nago, Okinawa Pref., Dec. 15 (Jiji Press)--Okinawa Governor Denny Tamaki showed Saturday his resolve to counter Tokyo's efforts to press ahead with a controversial U.S. military base relocation project in the southernmost Japan prefecture.
Tokyo, Dec. 15 (Jiji Press)--The Japanese government plans to set its economic growth forecast for fiscal 2019 at around 1.3 pct in price-adjusted real terms, it was learned Saturday.
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