A number of stakeholders showed distrust toward Renault, as the two automakers have clashed over a proposed merger and Renault’s recent attempt to tie up with Fiat Chrysler.
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Amid growing concerns due to escalating tensions over trade, Group of 20 finance ministers ended their two-day meeting in Fukuoka with a shared message: Trade friction is a downside risk for the global economy. While the G20 didn't fully revert to its traditionally tough stance ...
Finance leaders from the Group of 20 nations kick off a meeting in Fukuoka and discuss measures to guard against economic risks.
As the world watches to see if Huawei survives the ongoing turmoil stemming from the U.S.-China trade war, its wider effects could impact Japanese suppliers.
A consortium designed to facilitate corporate information disclosures on climate change was launched Monday — a move aimed at encouraging financial institutions to make investments based on climate risks. The body is expected to provide financial institutions with better access to information on how the ...
The system predicts floods based on detailed urban infrastructure data and the test comes amid growing risks of heavy rain on an unprecedented scale due to climate change.
Line has about 80 million active users in Japan, of which about 32 million are registered Line Pay users, according to the firm.
The earnings report and forecast disclosed Tuesday by the automaker underscored a big problem after the arrest and ouster of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn— stabilizing its auto business.
Last August, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga dropped a bombshell remark that rattled Japan's mobile phone industry: "There is room to lower people's smartphone bills by around 40 percent." In the wake of the remarks by the government's top spokesman, a bill aimed at facilitating ...
The move is in response to government pressure to cut consumers’ bills.