While Biden is seen as preferring a more multilateral approach to trade, experts warn that the U.S. is unlikely to return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has pledged to adjust tax and visa arrangements, and make administrative services available in English, in a bid to attract foreign firms.
The pandemic is forcing ANA Holdings Inc. to take a pause in its expansion strategy amid the specter of further financial strains.
Japan's longest-serving prime minister is leaving an economy that is smaller, badly hit by the pandemic and with more debt than when he returned to power in 2012.
The prime minister's abrupt decision comes at a moment of great uncertainty as the global coronavirus pandemic poses unprecedented challenges for the country.
Fumikazu Matsuzaki is confident that personal seals still have a place in Japanese society, and is branching out to ensure their survival.
With another month of emergency measures looming, the elderly are being forced to both avoid the coronavirus and ensure the protective steps don't compromise their health.
The Cabinet minister put in charge of the legal revision giving the authority to declare an emergency has called an move “a last resort.”
With opposition parties focusing on a spate of scandals, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will have to go on the defensive in the upcoming Diet session.
By day, he is the chief executive officer of a Tokyo startup. At night and on weekends, he works shifts as a doctor. He wants to keep it that way because he needs both to stay in balance. Sho Okiyama is one of the growing ...