Economía The Straits Times - Singapur Economía Internacional

Japan factory output slumps as economy sinks deeper into recession

Japan's industrial output fell for a fourth straight month in May to the lowest level since the global financial crisis, highlighting the widespread impact of the coronavirus on factory and overall business and consumer activity.
Economía Japan Today - Japón Relaciones Bilaterales

Japan gives UK six weeks to strike a post-Brexit trade deal

Japan has given the UK just six weeks to strike a post-Brexit deal, putting Boris Johnson’s government under pressure to agree one of the fastest trade negotiations in history, the Financial Times reported.
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Taro Sato

The case for Japan-U.S. space cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

On May 18, about six months after the United States established the Space Force, Japan launched a new Space Operations Squadron. These moves by the two allies reflect the importance that each country attaches to outer space given its key role for information technology, military strategy, and the economy.
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

Bank of Japan expands financing support for firms hit by virus

The Bank of Japan on Tuesday decided to expand its financing support for businesses hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic, while maintaining its ultraeasy monetary policy in a bid to underpin the country’s economy.
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

Japan says it wants to take lead with G7 on Hong Kong security laws

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Wednesday that Japan hopes to “take the lead” in a Group of Seven statement on the turmoil in Hong Kong, where China has vowed to impose strict new security laws.
Economía Xinhua - China Economía Internacional

Japón y Reino Unido empiezan conversaciones sobre tratado de libre comercio

Japón y Reino Unido empezaron hoy formalmente las conversaciones sobre un tratado de libre comercio, con el objetivo de alcanzar para finales de este año un acuerdo sobre su comercio posterior al "brexit".
Política The Japan Times - Japón Economía

Japan's household spending falls at record pace as coronavirus stalls economy

Japan’s household spending fell at the fastest pace on record in April as the coronavirus shut down travel and dining-out in the world’s third-largest economy, and prospects of higher jobs losses chilled consumer sentiment.
Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Kang Seung-woo

Korea-Japan ties back to turmoil

Fractious relations between Korea and Japan are likely to turn hostile as Seoul has taken countermeasures against Tokyo's export restrictions and refusal to comply with Korean court rulings regarding certain companies' use of Korean forced laborers, raising speculations that the Japanese government could respond with economic retaliation.
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

Trump envisions a three-way nuclear pact. China has other ideas

Washington takes aim at Beijing's atomic ambitions as White House vows 'new era of arms control'.
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

Nikkei hits fresh three-month high on U.S. rally and weaker yen

The benchmark 225-issue Nikkei average hit a fresh three-month high in Tokyo trading Wednesday as stocks continued to rise thanks to an overnight rise in U.S. equities and a weaker yen.
Política The Straits Times - Singapur Política Internacional

'New era' for China-Japan ties dissipates over Trump-Xi fight

What was meant to be a landmark year for Japan-China relations has turned sour, as the US standoff with Beijing leaves Prime Minister Shinzo Abe caught up in a fight between his country's biggest trading partner and its sole military ally.
Economía Diario Financiero - Chile Política Económica

Europa, Japón y EEUU preparan nuevos planes de estímulo mientras retoman actividades en medio de la pandemia

La propuesta para la UE contempla un fondo de recuperación y presupuesto a largo plazo, y el gabinete nipón aprobó un conjunto de medidas por US$ 1,1 billones. La Casa Blanca, en tanto, evalúa entregar un bono para que las personas vuelvan a trabajar.
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

Japan and EU back independent probe into WHO coronavirus response

In first online summit, leaders call 'global solidarity' crucial to fighting pandemic.
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

BOJ governor says ready to do more for economy after emergency lifts

Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said Tuesday the central bank may take more steps to cushion the economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic, maintaining his gloomy outlook even as a state of emergency was lifted in the capital Tokyo.
Política La República - Perú Relaciones Bilaterales

Japón ofreció a Martín Vizcarra material sanitario para combatir al coronavirus

l mandatario Martín Vizcarra conversó por teléfono con el primer ministro japonés, Shinzo Abe. Ambos priorizaron la comunicación en la lucha contra el nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19).
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

Japan slips into recession, but worst is yet to come

Analysts project a record-breaking 21.5% GDP contraction for the quarter through June
Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional

Japan to lift coronavirus state of emergency in 39 prefectures

The nation's capital and seven prefectures will maintain emergency measures for now.
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

Japanese firms in unprecedented crisis due to coronavirus

With the coronavirus ripping through the world, Japanese businesses in a wide range of industry sectors, most notably the aviation, retail and automobile industries, have plunged into an unprecedented crisis.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Eustance Huang

Japan jumps more than 2% as Asia stocks rise ahead of US jobs report

Shares in Asia were higher on Friday, with Japan’s Nikkei 225 gaining more than 2%. The Reserve Bank of Australia on Friday released its statement on monetary policy, where it highlighted that global GDP is “expected to fall sharply in the first half of 2020.”
Economía El Observador - Uruguay Economía Regional

Por la pandemia, Japón fue el principal comprador de carne vacuna enfriada uruguaya

La fuerte contracción de las exportaciones al mercado europeo por el covid-19 llevó a que el país asiático estuviera por encima de todos los países del viejo continente, que son por lejos los principales compradores históricos
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