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  • Japan protests South Korea's indictment of Japanese reporter

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan lodged a stern protest with South Korea on Thursday over the indictment of a Japanese journalist for defamation of the South Korean president, but said the door for dialogue between the two countries' leaders should stay open....
  • No difference in views on soft yen between government and BOJ: Japan's Suga

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's top government spokesman said on Wednesday there is no difference in views between the government and the Bank of Japan over the weak yen. "There is no difference at all," Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a news...
  • Japan sees growing chance of Abe holding talks with China's Xi

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Expectations are growing in Japan that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping for an ice-breaking chat next month, while an aide signaled Abe may postpone visits to a shrine for war dead that have infuriated...
  • U.S., Japan eye closer security ties in Japan defense pact update

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and the United States agreed on Wednesday to map out how they will work together if Tokyo needs to use force to help protect a friendly country under attack, as they update defense cooperation guidelines for the first time in...
  • Nuclear workers kept in dark on Fukushima hazard pay

    HIRONO (Reuters) - Almost a year after Japan pledged to double hazard pay at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant, workers are still in the dark about how much extra they are getting paid, if anything, for cleaning up the worst nuclear disaster since...
  • Japan GPIF portfolio shift delayed until Nov or later: sources

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's $1.2 trillion public pension fund, the world's largest, will delay a highly anticipated decision on shifting its portfolio allocations to November or later, people familiar with the process said on Tuesday. The asset...
  • Japan, Russia leaders to meet on APEC sidelines in November

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet Russian President Vladmir Putin on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Beijing in November, the two leaders decided on Tuesday, a Japanese government official said....
  • Japan listings get bullish sign as Recruit sets IPO price

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's largest recruitment company Recruit Holdings Co Ltd priced its $2 billion initial public offering at 3,100 yen, the top of its bookbuilding range, raising expectations of strong demand that could break a run of flops among big...
  • Japan August machinery orders seen rising slightly, current account surplus trimmed

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's August core machinery orders due next week are expected to rise modestly for a third straight month, a Reuters poll found - doing little to ease fears that the government's growth-promotion policies aren't working fast enough....
  • Exclusive: North Korea envoy says door is open on nuclear issues, rights, abductees

    GENEVA (Reuters) - North Korea is ready to resume six-party talks on its nuclear program but must maintain its readiness in the face of joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises, a senior envoy in Geneva said on Thursday. So Se Pyong, the Democratic...
  • Japan's Obuchi: Political 'princess' could be first female PM

    TOKYO (Reuters) - With a telegenic presence, powerful ruling party mentors and a talent for avoiding making political enemies, Japan's new trade and industry minister, Yuko Obuchi, may have what it takes to become the country's first female prime...