The company plans to reuse the plastic waste for making plastic products, including Gundam models, as well as for thermal power generation.
The announcement came after Nissan's French partner, Renault SA, unveiled in March its decision to entirely sell its holdings of Daimler shares.
Chinese manufacturers are using the billions they have raised from international investors and sympathetic local leaders to beat established carmakers to the market.
Hitachinaka Seaside Railway Co., a local railway in Ibaraki Prefecture, has won transport ministry approval for an extension — an unusual move in Japan, where many small railways are struggling. Hitachinaka Seaside Railway, a public-private joint business in the city of Hitachinaka, won the approval ...
Japanese organizations can better utilize the skills and diversity international workers have to offerMany Japanese companies have become more active globally, but are they really embracing diversity in their workplaces? Alex Steullet, the ...
A series of stories on key policies being pursued by the Suga administration to improve future generations of Japanese.