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Aug 26, 2014
Deers rally to beat Lions on Aoki's late FG
Daisuke Aoki kicked a 19-yard field goal with 1:02 remaining as the Lixil Deers came from a two-touchdown deficit to beat the All Mitsubishi Lions 31-28 on Monday night in the X League's season opener.
BUSINESS / Economy
Aug 20, 2014
Government eyes commercializing next-generation domestic aircraft by 2030
The technology ministry will launch research and development in fiscal 2015 aimed at commercializing next-generation domestically manufactured passenger airplanes by around 2030, according to ministry officials.
BUSINESS
Aug 14, 2014
Japan's top three banks racing to secure licenses to open branches in Myanmar
Japan's top three banks are racing to open branches in Myanmar as investments in the country by Japanese companies are increasing on the back of its booming economy.
BUSINESS
Aug 12, 2014
Mori Building sells debt to fund projects in run-up to Olympics
Mori Building Co. sold its longest bond ever as Japan's biggest closely held developer plans ¥1 trillion ($9.8 billion) in projects in the decade that will include the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 31, 2014
Mitsubishi UFJ profit falls less than estimated on lending, fees
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., the nation's biggest bank, reported Thursday a smaller-than-estimated decline in first-quarter profit as lending income and fees rose, shrugging off an equity-market slowdown.
BUSINESS
Jul 28, 2014
As U.S. kicks off crude exports, Iran casts a shadow in Asia
The United States faces an awkward rival in its first attempts in 40 years to export crude oil — Iran.
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BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 25, 2014
Hitachi CEO open to deeper ties, merger talks with Mitsubishi Heavy
Hitachi Ltd.'s chief executive officer said he's open to deeper ties, which could include merger talks, with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., after the equipment makers failed in their bid for Alstom SA's power business.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 25, 2014
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi to hire contract workers until retirement age
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ will allow most of its contract employees to work until 60, the retirement age set for its regular workers, in an effort to secure skilled personnel amid a shrinking workforce in Japan, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday.
JAPAN
Jul 18, 2014
Japan OKs first major military tech deals since arms export ban eased
Japan on Thursday approved the supply of missile interceptor parts to the United States and the transfer of sensor-related technology to Britain, the Defense Ministry said, in the first major deals since Tokyo eased a ban on arms exports in April.
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CULTURE / Art
Jul 17, 2014
To perceive is to see Felix Vallotton's genius at work
The art of the Swiss painter Felix Vallotton is both deceptive and loaded with revelation. On the surface it has the knowing sophistication and social references of other fin-de-siècle art — Vallotton was active from the 1880s until his death in 1925 — but it also cuts much deeper, pushing...
JAPAN
Jul 16, 2014
Mitsubishi Estate to tap Otemachi for new hot spring facility
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BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 16, 2014
Myanmar airline to buy six jets from Mitsubishi Aircraft
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp., developing Japan's first passenger jet, has won an order worth $281 million in list prices from Air Mandalay Ltd. in Myanmar.
JAPAN
Jul 16, 2014
MHI-made missile component can be exported to U.S. for transfer to Qatar
The government plans to allow Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. to export a component used in an earlier version of Patriot surface-to-air missiles to a U.S. defense equipment company in accordance with its new arms export control rules stipulated earlier this year, a government source said Tuesday.
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BUSINESS
Jul 15, 2014
Mitsubishi Aircraft receives order for regional jet from U.S. carrier
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. has signed a deal with Eastern Air Lines Group Inc. of the United States to supply up to 40 of its MRJ regional jet under development, Teruaki Kawai told reporters at the Farnborough International Airshow underway in a London suburb.
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BUSINESS
Jul 10, 2014
Mitsubishi UFJ card unit seeks to double transactions before Olympics
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc.'s credit-card unit expects to double transactions by 2020 in anticipation that Japan will become a less cash-oriented society by the time Tokyo hosts the Olympic Games that year.
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BASKETBALL / NBA
Jul 8, 2014
New Utah Jazz assistant coach Lang 'grateful' for past coaching experiences in Japan
Ex-Mitsubishi Diamond Dolphins bench boss Antonio Lang has earned a job in the world's premier basketball league. But he has no intention of cutting his ties with Japanese hoops; after all, he's grown to cherish the game here.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 3, 2014
Japanese banks trail peers on dividend payouts
Japan's biggest banks, which posted record earnings last year, are less generous than their global peers in sharing profits with investors while they search for more takeovers abroad.
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JAPAN
Jun 30, 2014
Mitsubishi reopens silicon plant where five workers died in blast
Mitsubishi Materials Corp. on Monday resumed operations at its silicon plant in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, where a massive explosion killed five people and injured 13 workers on Jan. 9.
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JAPAN / Politics
Jun 28, 2014
Tooling up for war: Can Japan benefit from lifting the arms export ban?
The Paris-based Eurosatory is one of the world's biggest defense and security industry trade shows, drawing specialists from nearly 90 countries to view the latest in military hardware. Among the tanks, drones, military helicopters and police riot vehicles that were exhibited last month, 13 Japanese...
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BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 26, 2014
Jet maker enlists bullet train experts
The maker of Japan's first jet airliner is counting on bullet train specialists to prevent further delays in completing the plane.

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