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Japan to Propose Pacific Bluefin Tuna Catch Hike at Int'l Meeting in Late July
Tokyo Forex (5 P.M.): U.S. Dollar=110.00-01 Yen; Euro=1.1915-1916 Dollars
BOJ to Extend COVID-19 Financing Support for 6 Months until End-March 2022
Tokyo Stocks (Closing): Nikkei Average 28,964.08 (-54.25)
Japan Govt Eyes Industry Injury Insurance Coverage for Uber Eats Deliverers
Japan Post Holds 1st Shareholders Meeting since Insurance Sales Resumption
SoftBank to Sell Leica Camera's 1st Smartphone in Japan
Tokyo Stocks (Morning Close): Nikkei Average 29,107.98 (+89.65)
Mazda to Launch 13 Electrified Vehicle Models Globally by 2025
Japan May Core Consumer Price Index Up 0.1% Yr/Yr, 1st Rise in 14 Months
NY Stocks (Thurs. Closing): Dow 33,823.45 (-210.22); Nasdaq 14,161.35 (+121.67)
Leica's 1st Smartphone, Priced at 187,000 Yen, to Go on Sale in Japan
Tokyo Forex (5 P.M.): U.S. Dollar=110.59-60 Yen; Euro=1.1954-1955 Dollars
May Tokyo-Area Condo Supply Up 6.5-Fold, after Year-Before Slump amid Pandemic
Tokyo Stocks (Closing): Nikkei Average 29,018.33 (-272.68)
Alzheimer's Drug Co-Developed by Eisai Administered for 1st Time after Approval
US Fed to Start Tapering Discussions to End "Near Zero" Rate Policy in 2023
Mitsubishi UFJ, University of Tokyo to Jointly Study Corporate Decarbonization
Tokyo Stocks (Morning Close): Nikkei Average 28,906.75 (-384.26)
JCCI Chairman Mimura Calls into Question Toshiba's Response to Scandal
Japan to Import Poultry Meat from Britain for 1st Time Based on Bilateral EPA
NY Stocks (Wed. Closing): Dow 34,033.67 (-265.66); Nasdaq 14,039.68 (-33.18)
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COVID-19 Workplace Inoculations for Japan National Civil Servants to Start Mon.
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Japan to Propose Pacific Bluefin Tuna Catch Hike at Int'l Meeting in Late July
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Tennis: US Open, from Aug. 30 to Sept. 12, to Go with No Spectator Limit
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174 Japan Universities Apply to Start COVID-19 Vaccinations for Students, Staff

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