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Fifty years after man first walked on the moon, Japan is exploring the profitable side of space with efforts to build up an ecosystem for space-related startups.
Singapore Telecommunications extended its VIA mobile payment alliance to Japan on July 25, allowing the growing number of Southeast Asians visiting the country to use their native…
Toray Industries will build a factory producing separators for electric-vehicle batteries in Hungary, the first of its kind in Europe, looking to serve an expanding supply chain…
Japan's Fair Trade Commission plans to tighten controls on attempts by IT platform operators to inappropriately collect and use personal information, Nikkei learned Tuesday.
The Japanese government now offers better trade insurance terms for overseas projects where participants disclose information sought by investors adopting environmental, social…
The Japanese government has decided to push for fairer pay for temporary workers as it looks to implement "equal pay for equal work" regulations, starting next April.
In the first four parts of this series, I mainly outlined the current state and challenges facing the supply side of energy. But reflecting the growing popularity of the sharing…
Japan should make use of its space technology in international missions to explore the moon and Mars, Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide said in an interview in New York on Friday.
Japan's SoftBank Group has led a $231 million funding round for Brazil's Creditas, the fintech lender announced on Wednesday.
When times are good, there is less political pressure at the local level anywhere to be economically efficient or carefully scrutinize predictions that a new public works project…