Asian shares slide on trade disappointment, HK unrest
Trump rattled some investors by threatening China with even more tariffs if they do not sign a deal.
India, Japan review situation in Indo-Pacific; resolve to ramp up cooperation in third countries
The resolve by Modi and Abe to work towards a stable Indo-Pacific came in the midst of rising disquiet among several member countries of the 10-nation ASEAN over China's increasing assertiveness in maritime limits in the region. It was the third meeting between Modi and Abe in the last four months. Their previous meeting was in Vladivostok in Russia in September.
India woos Japanese medical device companies
Price curbs imposed on medical devices have irked US companies and become a key trade issue between Washington and New Delhi. Even as the US is sparring with India over this, the focus is now on fast-tracking investments from other countries, especially Japan, said people who are part of the discussions in the government.
Moody's cuts global outlook to 'negative' for 2020
Unpredictable politics and trade wars such as that between the United States and China would weaken open and commodity-exporting economies.
Exporters body keen on value added exports to Japan
FIEO said that Indian exporters should look into value added segment of exports which account for major imports into Japan. In many of the products, the share of India is extremely low.
Nikkei eases off 13-month high, consolidates gains
The Nikkei share average slipped to 23,331.84, easing from a 13-month high hit on Friday.
Indo-Japanese army contingents carry out stadium clearance drills
The annual military exercise between Indian and Japanese Army, 'Dharma Guardian 2019', commenced on October 19 at Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School (CIJWS) Vairengte, Mizoram.
India after RCEP deal opt-out: Challenges and way forward
How India’s trade policy establishment is thinking about life after the Prime Minister’s decision to not join the trade bloc. The big question, here is that what could be India’s next move? Does the nation have enough headroom to not fall into a morass of trade and diplomatic isolation, particularly in the East and the Far East, where members of the new bloc will enjoy easier access?
Rajnath speaks to Japanese counterpart, discusses bilateral ties, regional security situation
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday had a telephonic conversation with his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono during which the two leaders exchanged views on bilateral ties and regional security situation, the Defence Ministry said.
Sumit Nagal grew up watching Dragonball Z, Beyblade; wants to spend a few weeks in Japan
The rising tennis star shares how he lets his hair down when not on the tennis court playing some smashing forehands.
Negative US interest rates? Not likely, say investors
Fully 30 per cent of the developed world’s sovereign debt - sport negative yields.
This snow crab sets new world record, fetches whopping $46,000 at auction
In Japan, buyers often pay eye-watering sums to secure a seasonal first at auction.
Nikkei edges up to highest close in a year, Softbank Group stumbles
The Nikkei share average ended up 0.11 per cent at 23,330.32.
President Ram Nath Kovind embarks on 7-day visit to Philippines, Japan
President Ram Nath Kovind embarked on a 7-day visit to Philippines and Japan on October 17. The President was accompanied by the First Lady ...
Xerox considers $27-billion takeover offer for HP
Xerox’s board met Tuesday to deliberate a deal that could result in $2 billion of annual cost savings.
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