Voter concerns in the Taiwan elections were on local issues, such as economy and inflation. But the results could embolden China's influence operations.
"Market mechanisms are always followed by tears and laughter," says Sojitz Research Institute Chief Economist Tatsuhiko Yoshizaki on the weak yen.
"Using the foundation you laid, I will do my utmost to build a Japan, region, and world that is sustainable and inclusive, where everyone shines." ーPM...
A new Japanese tech company has developed sensor technology allowing robots to work with humans, with greater autonomous dexterity and flexibility.
To counter the yen’s depreciation, the Kishida government must provide financial help to households and businesses, and request firms to raise wages.
Japan’s medical system is starting to feel the impact after several weeks of record-high COVID cases since the last week of July.
An exclusive interview with The Sankei Shimbun before the Japanese prime minister heads for the United Nations’ nuclear disarmament conference.
Marisa introduces concepts of web 3, sharing her insights about Japan and the sector, and the up and coming potential for growth in the industry.
Dr. Monika Chansoria is a senior fellow at The Japan Institute of International Affairs in Tokyo. She specializes in contemporary Asian security and weapons’ proliferation issues,...
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest cause of inflation now, but “greenflation” in the shift toward carbon neutral is also a clear factor.
Our goal is carbon neutrality (lowering greenhouse gas emissions to virtually zero), and there is more than one path towards this. ーToyota President Akio Toyota.
It is time for a fiscal policy reset. Here is the debate on how to tackle debt and stagnation in Japan.