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10:14 Japanese Reporter Denies Defamation Of Skorean President
Former head of Sankei Shimbun daily’s Seoul bureau appears in court amid increasingly strained South Korea Japan ties.
27.11.2014
14:27
Kazakhstan, Austria Discuss Simplification Of Visa Regime, Increase Of Flights Frequency Kazakhstan, Austria Discuss Simplification Of Visa Regime, Increase Of Flights Frequency
Kazakhstan and Austria discussed the issues of visa facilitation and increase of the frequency of flights during the negotiations in Vienna.
26.11.2014
18:43
OECD: 'Asia's Growth Will Continue To Outpace That Of Other Regions' OECD: 'Asia's Growth Will Continue To Outpace That Of Other Regions'
Although Asia's growth outlook is closely tied to the performance of the global economy, the countries in the region will continue to expand faster than other parts of the world, OECD economist Alvaro Pereira tells DW. Asian giants China and India will continue to remain the fastest growing major ec...
25.11.2014
14:14
Japan's Economy Facing Major Challenges Ahead Of Snap Election Japan's Economy Facing Major Challenges Ahead Of Snap Election
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe is seeking to renew his mandate in a snap election. But with a bleak economic outlook he faces a monumental task to engineer a sustainable upturn in economic growth, says economist Rajiv Biswas. Less than two years into his term, Abe recently dissolved the country's parliament ...
25.11.2014
12:16
Germany's 'Generation War' Mini-Series Wins International Emmy Germany's 'Generation War' Mini-Series Wins International Emmy
The controversial German television production "Generation War" has won an Internaional Emmy in the mini-series category. The prestigious award was presented Monday evening in New York. The three-part series was up against productions from Brazil, Japan and Great Britain.
25.11.2014
08:08
Dozens Injured As 6.8 Earthquake Jolts Central Japan Dozens Injured As 6.8 Earthquake Jolts Central Japan
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake has hit central Japan at a shallow depth of 10 kilometres, damaging buildings and injuring at least 39 people according to the latest toll.
23.11.2014
22:01 21 Wounded In Magnitude-6.8 Earthquake In Japan
No tsunami alert issued after earthquakes causes buildings to collapse in mountainous central Japan.
22.11.2014
14:45
China Lowers Interest Rate To Lift Economy China Lowers Interest Rate To Lift Economy
China has cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time in over two years in hopes to avert a cooling in its economy. The move comes amid fears that 2014 growth will be the slowest in two decades. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) announced Friday that it would reduce its benchmark one-year len...
21.11.2014
12:49
Japan's New Okinawa Governor Could Delay US 'Pacific Pivot' Japan's New Okinawa Governor Could Delay US 'Pacific Pivot'
Experts say that the election of an anti-US base governor in Okinawa, and the overwhelming opposition to US military bases in Japan's most southerly prefecture will impact Washington's realignment in the region. It did not take Takeshi Onaga very long after being elected governor of Okinawa Prefectu...
21.11.2014
11:53 Japan's Finmin Concerned About Yen's Rapid Decline Against U.S. Dollar
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso on Friday expressed concern about the rapid depreciation of the yen against the U.S. dollar this week, the first official statement that the sharp drop in the yen's value in foreign currency markets is not in the best interests of Japan's economy. The U.S. dollar ...
21.11.2014
22:01 - Kerry, Fabius Discuss Iran As Talks Deadline Approaches
US's Kerry rules out extension of nuclear talks deadline as Iran and P5+1 group are seeking final nuclear agreement that might lead to a lifting of international sanctions on Iran.
20.11.2014
12:27
US Embassy In Azerbaijan Issues Visas In Usual Mode US Embassy In Azerbaijan Issues Visas In Usual Mode
The US embassy in Azerbaijan continues working in a usual mode.
19.11.2014
19:01 China And Russia Join To Lift Sanctions On Iran
China's Assistant Foreign Minister, Zheng Zeguang, says China and Russia are working together to have sanctions on Iran lifted.
18.11.2014
14:24
Recession Spurs Japan's Abe To Call Election Recession Spurs Japan's Abe To Call Election
Reacting to bad economic news, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has indicated he will call a snap election, and delay introduction of a sales tax increase that had been planned for 2015. In Tokyo on Tuesday, Japanese public broadcaster NHK said that Mr. Abe had informed top executives of the rulin...
18.11.2014
13:47 Japan Dissolves Lower House, Calls General Election
Shinzo Abe to turn to polls to see if decision not to hike taxes can gain electoral support.
18.11.2014
09:15
Toyota Launches Fuel Cell Car Mirai Toyota Launches Fuel Cell Car Mirai
Japanese auto maker Toyota has presented its first fuel cell car, soon to go on sale in the Asian nation. The company said it was a step into an unproven market, but the firm wanted to get ahead of the curve. The world's largest auto maker announced Tuesday it would begin selling fuel cell cars in J...
18.11.2014
17:30
EU Welcomes Georgia's Steps Towards Visa Liberalization EU Welcomes Georgia's Steps Towards Visa Liberalization
The EU welcomes the successful realization of the first phase of visa liberalization action plan by Georgia.
17.11.2014
10:56 Okinawa Governor-Elect Onaga Vows To Block U.S. Base Relocation Plan
Governor-elect Takeshi Onaga of Japan's southernmost prefecture of Okinawa vowed Monday to block the U.S. key Futenma airbase relocation plan agreed by the United States and the Japanese central government. "I will seek to rescind the approval for landfill. I'm determined to exercise my authority a...
17.11.2014
09:45
Japan Slips Into Surprise Recession Japan Slips Into Surprise Recession
Japan has slipped into recession in the third quarter. The news came as a surprise to most analysts - they had forecast a GDP rise. They said the government should think twice about another sales tax hike. Japan's economy unexpectedly slipped into recession in the third quarter as gross domestic pro...
17.11.2014
06:45
Hong Kong, Shanghai Open Landmark Stock Link Hong Kong, Shanghai Open Landmark Stock Link
A trading link between Hong Kong and Shanghai giving foreign investors wider access to mainland China's restricted equity market has opened. Meanwhile, Japan surprisingly slid into recession, pushing the Nikkei south. Officials in Hong Kong and Shanghai ceremonially banged gongs on Monday morning at...
17.11.2014

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