During Japan's New Year holiday season, a time for family reunions, train stations and airports typically become overcrowded.
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Organizers and exhibitors have had to find innovative ways to effectively demonstrate their physical products when “visitors” won’t get the chance to touch or see them.
Currently, there is hardly any content that takes full advantage of 5G’s tech merits and network coverage remains spotty.
Experts at the annual G1 Global Conference discussed the upending of traditional practices, digitalization, working styles and widening inequality.
According to a survey of 45,000 government officials, 14.7 percent of males under the age of 30 were planning to call it quits within the next three years.
Even before becoming prime minister, Suga had intervened in the cell phone market in an attempt to lower fees.
The move could give the mobile carrier a competitive edge and fuel momentum toward cheaper phone fees.
The buyout is expected be the largest tender offer in history for a Japanese company.
Drastic reforms tend to draw fierce opposition. But Suga's administration may be able to take advantage of the pandemic to drive forward challenging policies.
While the framework prodded companies to strengthen corporate governance, many firms are still refraining from taking more proactive approaches.