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Fujifilm Corp. said Thursday it will invest a total of some ¥10 billion over the next three years in its bases in the United States for the development, production and sale of…
ABB Ltd. and Hitachi Ltd. said they are in talks for a deal on power grids after the Swiss engineering giant was reported to be considering putting the division on the block…
Environment Minister Yoshiaki Harada expressed on Wednesday Japan’s readiness to continue efforts to become a global role model that realizes a virtuous circle for the environment…
The time needed to travel between Tokyo and Hokkaido on a Shinkansen bullet train is set to fall below four hours.
The Science Museum in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, was established in 1964 in Kitanomaru Koen park in central Tokyo by the Japan Science Foundation to foster young people who want to…
The Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry plans to foster start-ups in the field of nuclear power, providing funds and human resources to researchers who have developed promising…

There are fears that the new system to expand the acceptance of foreign workers will further undermine the ideal of the existing technical intern training system, which aims to…

The Japanese government will keep a closer eye on foreign companies that work with big data, aiming to promote healthy competition and ensure that consumers and small businesses…
As the global shortage of skilled information technology experts hits Japan hard, companies are scrambling to lure and keep top talent with hefty annual pay packages.
Japan's three main mobile phone carriers SoftBank Group, NTT Docomo and KDDI have decided not to use Chinese equipment in their 5G networks due to rising security concerns that…