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Kyodo News Digest: March 2, 2024

Kyodo 02 Mar 2024
TOKYO - Japan's Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by the Okinawa governor against a ruling that paved the way for the state to override the local government and begin landfill work on a controversial U.S ... economy optimism.
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Asian markets mostly up after US gains

Sunnyside Daily Sun 01 Mar 2024
In Asia, factory activity in China contracted for the fifth straight month in February, official figures showed Friday, as sluggish demand in the world's second-largest economy continues to drag on growth ... Tokyo - Nikkei 225.
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High court rules vital Shinkansen drivers can’t dictate days off

Asahi News 29 Feb 2024
In its ruling, the Tokyo High Court said the Tokaido Shinkansen Line that runs between Tokyo and Osaka was “an industrial foundation indispensable for maintenance and development of the Japanese society and economy.”.
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Beijing to host 2027 World Athletics Championships

Suryaa 29 Feb 2024
"With the announcement of China as our next host, our last four World Athletics Championships have now been awarded to the world’s four largest economies; the USA (Oregon), the EU (Budapest), Japan (Tokyo) and China (Beijing).".
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China: Beijing to host 2027 World Athletics Championships

Beijing News 29 Feb 2024
"With the announcement of China as our next host, our last four World Athletics Championships have now been awarded to the world's four largest economies; the USA (Oregon), the EU (Budapest), Japan (Tokyo) and China (Beijing)," Coe stated.
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World Athletics Championships 2027: Athletes to return to Olympic spotlight as Beijing secures the hosting rights

Financial Express 29 Feb 2024
With China selected as the next host, Coe noted that the last four World Athletics Championships have been awarded to the world’s four largest economies, including the USA (Oregon), the EU (Budapest), Japan (Tokyo), and now China (Beijing).
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Beijing to host World Athletics Championships 2027

Inside The Games 29 Feb 2024
... to the world’s four largest economies; the USA (Oregon), the EU (Budapest), Japan (Tokyo) and China (Beijing).” China will host another World Indoor Championships in 2025, to be held in Nanjing.
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Beijing selected to host 2027 track and field world championships

Newsday 28 Feb 2024
“With the announcement of China as our next host," Coe said, "our last four World Athletics Championships have now been awarded to the world’s four largest economies; the USA (Oregon), the EU (Budapest), Japan (Tokyo) and China (Beijing).”.
photo: AP / Eugene Hoshiko
A man wearing a protective mask walks in front of an electronic stock board showing Japan's Nikkei 225 index
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Why the BOJ won’t rain on the Nikkei’s parade

Asiatimes 28 Feb 2024
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A 24-hour economy policy – celebration of mediocrity?

B & FT Online 28 Feb 2024
... and its effects on modern economies ... The cities of Detroit, Memphis, Michigan, Osaka, Tokyo and the rest didn’t have to develop a policy and a political walk with campaigns to have a 24-hour economy.
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Japan diversifying seafood export destinations after China ban

Kyodo 25 Feb 2024
... new export destinations to reduce its dependency on the world's second-largest economy ... at Tokyo's Toyosu fish market, is among the many affected by the ban and has been forced to turn to new buyers.
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Japan urged to ensure nuclear safety measures

China.dot.org 25 Feb 2024
Ken Saito, Japan's minister of economy, trade and industry, summoned Tomoaki Kobayakawa, president of the Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, operator of the crippled power utility, to his ...
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Emirates and FlyDubai announce their network expansion to now serve 275 stations

Al Khabar 24 Feb 2024
In November and December of 2023, respectively, Emirates began offering premium economy class on flights to São Paulo, Brazil, and Tokyo, Japan. After Tokyo Narita, Sao Paulo is the fourteenth ...
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Asian markets advance after record rallies

Iosco County News Herald 23 Feb 2024
Investors celebrated on Thursday as bumper profits reported by US chip giant Nvidia, seen as a bellwether for the artificial intelligence boom, helped boost Tokyo's benchmark index past a record high set in 1989 ... Tokyo - Nikkei 225.
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FOCUS: Nikkei's all-time high unlikely to serve as tailwind for PM Kishida

Kyodo 23 Feb 2024
In the past 12 years, the Nikkei has more than doubled as Japan's exports, a key driver of the economy, have recovered ... Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (C) prepares to attend a Cabinet meeting at the premier's office in Tokyo on Feb.
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