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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
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.
China and Japan begin direct currency trading
The market participants can now exchange Japanese yen for Chinese yuan without having to use the US dollar as an intermediary currency, making foreign trade settlement more convenient and cutting transaction costs.
Yuan-yen direct trading is a win-win game
Japanese Newspaper Rumors New 3DS, Wii U Price
While the general form and overall functionality of the Wii U was the subject of a pre-E3 video broadcast online on Sunday, Nintendo has yet to reveal how much the console will cost.
Nintendo's mascot: from Donkey Kong to Super Mario lovers  BBC News
Nintendo's Future Could Depend On Wii U Presentation At E3  RedOrbit
Japan calls for tougher insider trading rules
Under an administrative penalty system introduced in 2005, the SESC levied fines of 50,000 yen ($630) and 80,000 yen in two cases against an asset management unit of Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings, and 130,000 yen in a third against Japanese hedge ...
Mexico's offer came in two tranches: The 3 year notes, at 1.29 per cent, yield 89 basis points over the Japanese yen swap rate, while the 1.56 per cent five-year portion yield with a 110 basis point spread, according to Bloomberg data.
Danish Tiger to pounce on Japan's �100 market
Following the success in Japan of the Swedish home furnishings giant IKEA comes another popular Scandinavian home-ware store that hopes to profit from the nation's love of Nordic style.
Squat-down toilets will boost Nomura, shareholder says
LONDON, June 1 (Reuters) - With investment banks facing an uncertain future, one Nomura shareholder has come up with a novel suggestion to help to boost its share price: replace all office toilets with Japanese-style squat facilities.
China Busy Signing Currency Deals
China took one more step last week towards internationalizing the yuan, ultimately leading to the day when the Chinese currency will be a substitute for the U.S.
The Swiss hill that may become a mountain
If we instead assume that the change in the FX shares has continued in Q2 at the same pace as since mid-2011 (that is, the EUR and JPY shares decreased, while the USD, GBP, CAD and other currency shares increased), we get estimations of more ...