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Articles from Japan Weekly Monitor (May 3, 1999)

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Australia retracts objection to Japan's rice tariffs. 221
Dept. stores sales down 3.1 pc in FY 1998. 292
Dumping charge against Japanese steelmakers finalized. 730
EPA head notes major retailers' continuing sales slide. 144
FRC may urge recipient banks to merge or enter tie-ups. 275
Fujitsu completes Xian-Chengdu telecom project. 129
Hatsushima Club resort hotel files for court protection. 195
Ishihara promises to launch bond market this year. 94
Japan preparing 'variety' of stimulus steps: Sakaiya. 456
Japanese agency commits 8.1 pc more loans in FY 1998. 126
Jobless rate record high, gov't to take emergency steps. 798
Joint organ eyed to scrap excess steel capacity. 137
Kofuku Bank had capital deficit of 46 bil. yen: gov't. 493
LTCB unable to find buyer by end of April: president. 181
March output rises 2.2 pc, FY 1998 output drops 7.1 pc. 331
Mitsubishi Estate begins redeveloping Marunouchi Bldg. 143
Muromachi to become president of Sanwa Bank. 180
Native English teachers in Kobe say dismissals illegal. 270
New trash incinerators disallowed in high dioxin areas. 281
Nippon Steel raps U.S. steel dumping ruling. 326
Nissho Iwai to get senior execs from creditor banks. 173
Oji Paper likely to place Chuo Paperboard under control. 241
Rates on long-term postal savings to drop by 0.05 point. 92
Rise in stock prices reduces major banks' latent losses. 346
Salaried workers' income shows record fall in FY 1998. 379
Sanwa Bank sees bigger net loss. 135
Small firms still cautious over capital spending. 154
State-run oil developer has 775 bil. yen in bad loans. 262
Toshiba to supply elevators for world's tallest building. 144
TSE plans to use trading floor as information center. 163
U.S. economy grows 4.5 pc in 1st qtr. of 1999. 363

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