Tag - mongolia



Japan Times
Jul 22, 2014
Japan, Mongolia ink free trade agreement
Japan and Mongolia reached a basic accord on a free trade deal during a summit in Tokyo on Tuesday evening, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
Japan Times
Mar 15, 2014
Historical ifs and weathers or not
To suggest that history is shaped by chance weather events and climatic variation doesn't lend it quite the same gravitas as if it were wrought by great leaders. It certainly isn't as inspirational. But such processes can be just as important — and the weather can sometimes foil even the best-laid plans for world domination.
Jan 29, 2014
Mongolian firm wants court to rescind decision to deny its acquisition of Chongryon HQ
A Mongolian company that won last October's auction for the Tokyo headquarters of a pro-North Korean association appealed Wednesday against the Tokyo District Court's recent decision to void the auction results.
Oct 27, 2013
French energy giant inks uranium deal with Mongolia
Ulan Bator AFP-JIJI
Japan Times
Sep 14, 2013
Mongolia agrees to join talks on abductions
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and visiting Mongolian Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag have agreed to hold regular talks in conjunction with the United States on resolving North Korea's abductions of Japanese.
Apr 4, 2013
Cooperation with Mongolia
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on his visit to Ulan Bator on March 30 agreed with Mongolian Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag and President Tsakhia Elbegdorj to promote bilateral cooperation in the fields of mineral resources development, trade relations and the environment. They also agreed to launch a trilateral framework consisting of Japan, Mongolia and the United States for policy discussions.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics
Mar 31, 2013
Abe, Mongolian chiefs to cooperate on resource projects, North Korea
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Mongolia's top leaders agree to boost cooperation on developing the country's bountiful mineral resources and on regional security issues.


Historically, kabuki was considered the entertainment of the merchant and peasant classes, a far cry from how it is regarded today.
For Japan's oldest kabuki theater, the show must go on