Public health experts had already cast doubt on whether a monthlong measure would be enough — especially given that the first emergency went on for six weeks.
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The two sides will soon sign a memorandum of understanding and form a 50-50 joint venture for the project, Taiwan media reported.
With U.S. partners seeking out suppliers from friendlier nations, vendors in the close U.S. ally suddenly seem a lot more attractive to carriers around the world upgrading their networks.
More than half of the country’s over 2,000 coronavirus deaths have come from those 80 or older.
National leaders are reluctant to scrap the stimulus, which has been hailed for injecting trillions of yen into the economy.
Shares in some of the country’s largest mobile phone carriers dropped in Tokyo after the communications minister accused the companies of deploying a bait-and-switch tactic in cutting the costs of mobile phone plans. Reducing the nation’s hefty mobile phone bills has been a priority for ...
Gearoid Reidy, a senior editor at Bloomberg, joins us to discuss whether we might see a new state of emergency and the hope provided by the recent news about vaccines.
Canon is forecasting operating profit 42% higher than the figure it gave previously, while Nidec has lifted its outlook by 12%.
More than 3.4 million people put the risk of virus infection aside to turn up for the opening weekend of "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Infinite Train."
Last week, foreign traders spent ¥1.42 trillion ($13.5 billion) on Japanese stocks — the most in more than 18 months and the fifth-largest amount on record.