March 20, 2018
Tokyo, March 20 (Jiji Press)--Sales at convenience stores in Japan in February inched up 0.3 pct from a year earlier to 694 billion yen on a same-store basis, up for the second straight month, the Japan Franchise Association said Tuesday.
Beijing, March 20 (Jiji Press)--Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Tuesday that he is considering making his first visit to Japan as premier in the first half of this year.
- Chinese Premier Li Eyeing First Visit to Japan by June 2018 for 3-Way Summit
- JR East to Promote Veep Fukasawa to President on April 1, Succeeding Tomita
- MLB: Yankees-Red Sox Regular Season Series in London Reportedly Likely for 2019
- South Korea to Send 160-Member Art Troupe to North from March 31 for Concerts
- Chinese Premier Expresses Intention to Make 1st Visit to Japan
- J-Alert Warnings Made Available in Multiple Languages
- Court Rejects Petition against Restart of Genkai N-Reactors
- Japan's Crown Prince Seeks Greater Efforts to Address Water Issues
- Japan Marks 23rd Anniversary of Deadly Sarin Attack
- Japan Convenience Store Sales Up 0.3 Pct in Feb.
- Denso to Invest 30 B. Yen in OLED Panel Firm JOLED
- Mizuho, Shizuoka Bank Mull Tie-Up in Retail Financial Services
- Peach, Vanilla to Merge into Largest Budget Airline in Japan
- Japan Tobacco to Buy Russian Firms
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