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06/11/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

U.S. Navy prepares allies to 'protect navigation' in Gulf

The United States is training Persian Gulf allies to “protect navigation” in the region’s troubled waterways as Washington seeks to build an alliance of friendly nations to contain Iran.
05/11/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

India's exit from RCEP leaves Japan and China unsure about future direction of free trade pact

India’s exit from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) regional trade talks appeared to leave China and Japan at odds over whether to press ahead with the remaining members — or to try to find a workaround that includes Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.
04/11/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

China planning trilateral summit with Japan and South Korea in December

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday that China is planning to hold a trilateral summit with Japan and South Korea next month in the southern city of Chengdu, according to a senior Japanese government official.
29/10/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

Japan and South Korea weigh economic cooperation fund to help resolve wartime labor fight

Japan and South Korea have begun exploring ways to resolve their long-running fight over compensation for wartime labor, with one option being the creation of a fund to provide money for economic cooperation, according to sources familiar with the bilateral relationship.
22/10/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

U.S. may keep some troops in Syria to guard oil fields, Defense Secretary Mark Esper says

Even as American forces make a hasty and chaotic withdrawal from northeastern Syria, the U.S. is considering leaving some troops behind to secure oil fields in the region and make sure they don’t fall into the hands of a resurgent Islamic State group, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Monday.
21/10/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

Japan logs trade deficit for third straight month on weak exports to Asia

Japan logged a goods trade deficit for the third consecutive month in September, weighed down by weak exports to China, South Korea and other Asian countries, government data showed Monday.
26/09/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional Satoshi Sugiyama

Tokyo touts pact with U.S., but trade experts highlight lack of strong commitments

The bilateral trade agreement between Japan and the United States is a “win-win” deal, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Wednesday in New York, as U.S. President Donald Trump boasted that American farmers will thrive as tariffs fall.
25/09/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

Asian Development Bank trims regional outlook, citing trade wars and global slowdown

The Asian Development Bank has downgraded its growth forecasts for the region, saying escalating trade tensions are sapping economies of some of their potential.
24/09/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional Dave Sherwood

Chile taps China and Japan in lithium-for-tech push but faces tough sell

Chile is making a renewed push for investment in battery technology in return for access to its lithium deposits, piquing interest from China, Japan and Europe as global firms look to tie up supply of the metal vital for the shift to electric vehicles.
20/09/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional Satoshi Sugiyama

Japan agrees to WTO consultation with South Korea amid trade dispute

Japan has agreed to a consultation with South Korea over Tokyo’s enhanced export control measures, trade minister Isshu Sugawara said Friday, effectively locking both countries into the World Trade Organization’s painstaking dispute settlement process — an undertaking that could potentially take years.
19/09/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Relaciones Bilaterales

South Korea removes Japan from trade whitelist as feud deepens

South Korea has removed Japan from its list of most trusted trading partners, the latest sign of unraveling ties between two U.S. allies mired in a series of disputes.
16/09/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón

U.S. will promise not to hike tariffs on Japanese autos, report says

Japan and the United States are working toward a joint leaders’ statement that would include a U.S. promise not to hike tariffs or introduce quotas on Japanese cars, the daily Tokyo Shimbun reported Monday.
13/09/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

New U.S. envoy for Latin America, Michael Kozak, has experience and takes a hard line

The new acting head of U.S. diplomacy toward Latin America is a seasoned envoy who once floated the idea of going into Chile unilaterally to snatch a politically powerful general who was behind the murder of a leftist politician in Washington in the 1970s.
10/09/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Medio Ambiente

Japan tells diplomats no decision yet on contaminated Fukushima water

Government officials on Wednesday told diplomats they were still considering options for handling contaminated water at the disaster-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant amid worries the water may be dumped into the ocean.
03/09/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson

Top North Korean, Chinese diplomats meet in Pyongyang amid stalled nuclear talks with U.S.

The foreign ministers of China and North Korea have held talks in Pyongyang, with the two allies vowing to bolster bilateral ties and work closely on security issues amid the North’s stalled nuclear talks with the U.S.
22/08/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson

Seoul to end key intel pact with Tokyo

In a stunning move that could further upend already fraying ties between Japan and South Korea, Seoul on Thursday announced that it would scrap a key intelligence-sharing pact with Tokyo, with the South’s presidential Blue House saying in a statement that it did not meet Seoul’s “national interests” to maintain the deal amid the intensifying spat between the two neighbors.
13/08/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

U.S. says it's consulting on Asian missile deployment but that it would be a 'sovereign decision'

A senior U.S. diplomat says Washington is consulting with its allies as it proceeds with plans to deploy intermediate-range missiles in Asia, a move China says it will respond to with countermeasures.
07/08/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

Pentagon chief Mark Esper urges Japan to help protect shipping in Persian Gulf

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has urged Japan to consider taking part in a coalition to protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz.
06/08/2019
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson

China announces fresh military exercises in South China Sea as U.S. carrier enters waterway

China has announced it will hold military exercises near the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea on Tuesday and Wednesday.
25/07/2019
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Organismos Internacionales

As Japan and South Korea clash at WTO over trade, rest of world reluctant to get involved

South Korea tried to bring international pressure to bear on Japan by airing its complaint regarding Tokyo’s tightened export controls at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Wednesday, but the move failed to rally international opposition to the move.
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