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Japanese coast guard expertes train PCG on maritime safety

January 31, 2017

Experts from the Japan Coast Guard recently held the 11th Maritime Law Enforcement(MARLEN) Training to officers of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) in an effort to support enhancing the country’s maritime safety capability over its vast territorial waters as a

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Spring Festival celebrations in Japan attract appreciation for Chinese culture

January 29, 2017

TOKYO- Chinese Spring Festival, the most important traditional festival for Chinese society, has been celebrated all over Japan, attracting appreciation for Chinese culture among both local people and visitors from all over the world. The Spring Festival is celebrated at

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Belt and Road Initiative to reshape world economy, expert says 

January 29, 2017

BUCHAREST- China’s Belt and Road Initiative can greatly benefit the world and significantly reshape the global economic development if certain risks are addressed, Jean-Pierre Lehmann, an expert on the international economy, said here Friday at a conference. The Belt and

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Beijingers buy less fireworks over pollution concerns 

January 29, 2017

BEIJING- Beijingers set off less fireworks this year over pollution concerns as they celebrate Spring Festival, the most important festival in the Chinese calendar. The Chinese Lunar New Year, which this year is the Year of the Rooster, fell on Saturday.

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Abe, Trump to hold 1st summit meeting on Feb.10

January 29, 2017

TOKYO- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday agreed to hold their first summit meeting in Washington on Feb.10, said Abe here after telephone talks with Trump on Saturday. The two leaders made the agreement during

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Toshiba to spin off top-earning flash memory business

January 28, 2017

TOKYO- Toshiba Corp. said Friday that it will spin-off its top-earning flash memory business at the end of March, in a bid to make up for huge losses the group is facing from write-downs in its failing nuclear power business.     

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Panasonic to end U.S. vacuum cleaner business due to cheaper competition

January 28, 2017

TOKYO- Panasonic Corp. said on Friday it will end its vacuum cleaner development business in North America at the end of March as its vacuum business is failing to deal with cheaper competition.      Panasonic set up a plant for its

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Iran begins exports of condensate to Japan

January 28, 2017

TEHRAN- Iran has started exporting condensate, a form of ultra-light oil, from its South Pars gas field to Japan, Press TV reported on Friday, quoting an Iranian energy official as saying.      Pirouz Mousavi, the managing director of the National Iranian

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