Changing the law that compels quarterly disclosure is advocated by some to encourage a shift of focus away from short-term thinking.
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While Japan has called on the junta to stop the violence and restore democracy, it wants to remain close to Myanmar as part of a strategy of countering China’s influence.
Recent events raise concerns that the country is souring on immigration as it enters a third year of border closures and economic upheaval.
Kono’s comments came just after Japan confirmed the first cases of community transmission of the omicron variant.
Changes are aimed at rectifying perceived unfairness and won’t hurt people investing small amounts, according to Katsunobu Kato.
Gov. Yuriko Koike has said the capital plans to put the policy into effect by March 2023.
The alert warned that U.S. citizens should carry proof of their immigration status and notify their consulate if detained.
The former Japanese leader singled out Chinese President Xi Jinping, in particular, saying that he "should never have a misunderstanding in recognizing this."
Tomoko Yoshino is considering ways to provide practical training for women in presentation and persuasion skills to help them advance.
To succeed, Takayuki Kobayashi says, Japan must seek a balance between allowing companies and research institutions to work together across borders while mitigating any potential risk to national security.