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Why A Strong Yen Means More US Jobs
The cost to build a Toyota Prius hasn't changed much in the past five years - if you measure the cost in Japanese yen. But if you measure the cost in dollars, it's a different story.
Japan: Nissan to cut domestic production by 15 pct  INAUTONEWS
Japan-bound Filipino held at Naia for non-declaration of yen, pesos
MANILA, Philippines—Airport authorities on Friday intercepted a Filipino woman who allegedly tried to bring out of the country some 3.6 million yen and around P300,000 she had not declared to the Bureau of Customs, in violation of central bank rules.
Japan's Big Car Makers Grapple with Strong Yen
TOKYO—Japan's three largest auto makers are signaling plans to shift more production overseas to deal with the strong yen, moves that may mark the end of the country's role as one of the world's biggest auto export hubs. Toyota Motor Corp., long the ...
Toyota to move Yaris North American production to France  Reuters UK
Toyota shifts Yaris production to France  Globe and Mail
Yuan-yen direct trading is a win-win game
The direct trading of the Chinese yuan and Japanese yen that began from June 1 in Tokyo and Shanghai is "definitely a win-win game for both sides," according to a senior economist of the Asian Development Bank Institute.
China and Japan begin direct currency trading
Factbox: Japan brings 5 cases in insider trading crackdown
Also on May 29, the SESC sought a 130,000 yen fine against Japanese hedge fund Asuka Asset Management for insider trading ahead of the roughly $500 million stock offering of Nippon Sheet Glass (5202.
Has Japanese corporate culture changed in last decade?
With the world's third largest economy, Japan has revised its growth figures for the first quarter of 2012 to 1.2%. The recovery has been linked to improved government spending and to post-tsunami reconstruction.
Japanese Newspaper Rumors New 3DS, Wii U Price
The Nikkei claims the Wii U will retail for “about 30,000 yen.” While that translates to $384 U.S. at current exchange rates, Japanese video game consoles typically sell for less overseas. For example, the Nintendo 3DS launched in 2011 at 25,000 yen in ...
Nintendo unveils Miiverse social network for new Wii  Reuters
Nintendo unveils Wii U game pad  The Japan Times
Japanese mafia's second in command released on 1.5 billion yen bail
The number two leader of Japan's largest yakuza, or mafia, is set to be released on a bail of 1.5 billion yen (approx.
China Busy Signing Currency Deals
As 2011 came to a close, China and Japan said that they are working on plans to promote a direct exchange of their currencies in a deal that will allow firms from both countries to convert the Chinese yuan and the Japanese yen directly into each other.
Jim Rogers: Don't Be Fooled by the Dollar Rally (UUP, UDN, FXE, GLD)
In theory every dollar printed by the United States is backed by the assets and good word of the entire country. The reality is our currency remains largely impervious to our own abuse simply because America is arguably the least screwed up of the ...