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08:28
Japanese JOGMEC Explores Rare Metals In Uzbekistan Japanese JOGMEC Explores Rare Metals In Uzbekistan
The Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) together with the Uzbek State Committee on Geology and Mineral Resources conduct geological exploration for rare metals in Chatkal-Kurama rare earth zone of Uzbekistan, the head of the department under the committee Azam Kadyrkhojayev said ...
25.10.2014
00:16
Pressure On Dutt As Werder Bremen Lose Pressure On Dutt As Werder Bremen Lose
Werder's under-fire head coach couldn't steer the Northern Germans away from another defeat. The players were jeered off at the end by a frustrated home crowd at the Weser. Robin Dutt's days as Werder Bremen head coach look to be numbered after his side went down to Cologne on Friday evening. Dutt's...
25.10.2014
17:59
Georgia, Japan Mull Abolition Of Visa Regime For Diplomatic Passport Holders Georgia, Japan Mull Abolition Of Visa Regime For Diplomatic Passport Holders
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili met with Japan’s Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida during his official visit to this country.
24.10.2014
15:21
Japanese Emperor Receives Georgian President And First Lady Japanese Emperor Receives Georgian President And First Lady
The Emperor of Japan and his spouse received Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili and First Lady Maka Chichua Oct. 24.
24.10.2014
13:16
China And Japan Strive To Improve Ties China And Japan Strive To Improve Ties
After four years of strained diplomatic relations, Beijing and Tokyo appear to be making efforts to heal the rift. Analysts warn, however, that the relationship will remain fractious for years to come. The Japanese media reported on Friday, October 24, that former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukud...
24.10.2014
13:15
Georgia Changes Rules For Issuing Visas Georgia Changes Rules For Issuing Visas
Georgia made changes to the law on the legal status of foreigners.
24.10.2014
12:30
Azerbaijan Takes Necessary Measures To Apply European Court's Decisions – Top Official Azerbaijan Takes Necessary Measures To Apply European Court's Decisions – Top Official
Most of court decisions are made in Azerbaijan taking into account the common law of the European Court of Human Rights and in compliance with the requirements of the Convention, head of the Azerbaijani Presidential Administration's Department for Work with Law Enforcement Agencies Fuad Alasgarov.
24.10.2014
13:33
NY-Baku Flight Passengers Eligible To Obtain Azerbaijani Visa At Airport NY-Baku Flight Passengers Eligible To Obtain Azerbaijani Visa At Airport
Passengers flying via the NY-Baku direct route with Azerbaijani Airlines CJSC (AZAL), will be able to receive Azerbaijani visa upon arrival at the Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Baku.
23.10.2014
11:17
Daimler Profits Soar On Record Sales Daimler Profits Soar On Record Sales
German automaker Daimler's net earnings have risen by nearly half, lifted by a record number of vehicles sold and gains from divestments. Daimler said Thursday its net profits were up 49 percent in the third quarter as revenues rose 10 percent and the company raked in $1 billion by selling its stake...
23.10.2014
14:33
Azerbaijan, Japan To Strike Deal On Investment Promotion And Protection Azerbaijan, Japan To Strike Deal On Investment Promotion And Protection
Azerbaijan and Japan are going to sign an agreement on promotion and mutual protection of investments,
22.10.2014
10:06 Japan To Send Delegation To DPRK Over Abduction Issue From Monday
Japan will send a delegation to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) next Monday to investigate the Japanese nationals' abduction issue, Japan's Kyodo News said Wednesday. The delegation, which groups around 10 official, will hold two- day talks with the DPRK's special investigation com...
22.10.2014
18:35
Japan Intends To Officially Use 'Georgia' Instead Of 'Gruzia' Japan Intends To Officially Use 'Georgia' Instead Of 'Gruzia'
Japan will use ‘Georgia’ instead of ‘Gruzia’ in its official documents.
21.10.2014
16:53 Meeting On Establishing "Hotline" Among ASEAN Defense Chiefs Held In Brunei
The first ad hoc working group meeting on establishing a Direct Communications Link (DCL) in the ASEAN Defense Ministers' Meeting process was convened here on Tuesday, the Defense Ministry of Brunei Darussalam said. Participants are from the ASEAN member states and the ASEAN Secretariat, as well as...
21.10.2014
06:48
Turkey 'Effective' In Bid For Visa-Free Travel: EU Turkey 'Effective' In Bid For Visa-Free Travel: EU
Turkey 'effective' in bid for visa-free travel: EU.
21.10.2014
04:17
Opinion: Two's Company, Three's A Crowd Opinion: Two's Company, Three's A Crowd
Friendship is blossoming between India and Japan, much to China's chagrin.
21.10.2014
17:03 Turkey 'Effective' In Bid For Visa-Free Travel: Eu
EU Commission releases its first report on the progress Turkey has made towards lifting visa obligations for Turkish citizens.
20.10.2014
11:06 Tokyo Shares End Sharply Higher On Pension Reform
Tokyo shares closed remarkably higher Monday with its benchmark Nikkei stocks index rocketing about 4 percent and recovering to the 15,000 threshold due to a news report on expected reforms of Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund and a weaker yen. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average soared 578....
20.10.2014
10:42 Audit Requirement For Turkish Companies
As in many other countries, bookkeeping, accountancy and compliance are much attached to legal matters.I notice that foreign companies with more flexible tax regimes, such as Middle Eastern countries working in Turkey, mostly face problems due to underestimating tax regulations. In most cases, these...
20.10.2014
05:33
Japanese Economy Minister Steps Down After Funding Scandal Japanese Economy Minister Steps Down After Funding Scandal
Japan's Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi stepped down on Monday over a scandal that implicated her support groups in misuse of political funds.
20.10.2014
10:18 A Chinese-Japanese Summit In The Offing?
Asia Pacific summit approaching in Beijing, where PM Abe has yet to visit amid tensions over disputed islands, shrine for Japan's war dead.
19.10.2014

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