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G-20 Leaders Concerned over U.S.-China Trade Tensions

December 1, 2018

Buenos Aires–A closely watched Group of 20 summit started in Buenos Aires on Friday for a two-day run, with participants voicing concerns over fierce U.S.-China trade friction. On the first day, some also said that the G-20 advanced and emerging

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Japan, U.S., India Hold First Summit

December 1, 2018

Buenos Aires–Japan, the United States and India held their first summit, in Buenos Aires, on Friday, confirming their intentions to deepen the three-way strategic partnership to realize a free and open Indo-Pacific, a concept pushed by Tokyo and Washington. At

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Abe Seeks Easing of U.S.-China Trade Tensions

December 1, 2018

Buenos Aires–Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his hope to see an easing of U.S.-China trade friction, at a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Buenos Aires on Friday. It is clear that such a trade battle will benefit

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Trump Urges Japan to Correct Trade Imbalances with U.S.

December 1, 2018

Buenos Aires–U.S. President Donald Trump at a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday called on the Asian country to work on further correcting the bilateral trade imbalances, while citing a recent decrease in the U.S. deficit in

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Japanese Princess Aiko Turns 17, Enjoying School Life

December 1, 2018

Tokyo–Princess Aiko, the only child of Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako, turned 17 on Saturday. The princess, who started her second year at Gakushuin Girls’ Senior High School in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward, is enjoying both her school

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G-20 Ministers Worried over Downside Risks to Global Economy

November 30, 2018

Buenos Aires–Group of 20 finance ministers at a meeting in Buenos Aires on Thursday voiced anxieties over downside risks to the global economy, such as a possible slowdown in the economy of China amid its fierce trade war with the

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Japan Govt Ordered to Pay Damages in Yokota Base Noise Suit

November 30, 2018

Tokyo–Tokyo District Court’s Tachikawa branch on Friday ordered the Japanese government to pay a total of 95.6 million yen in compensation to residents living near the Yokota base in western Tokyo over past noise pollution caused by aircraft of the

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Japan Not to Change State Financing of Emperor Rite

November 30, 2018

Tokyo–The Japanese government will not change its plans to use state funds for the coming Daijosai, a key ceremony for the new Emperor, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura said Friday. Nishimura was speaking after Prince Akishino, the younger son

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