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Articles from Japan Weekly Monitor (August 28, 2000)

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2 Coca-Cola bottlers to enter output, distribution tie-up. 160
2 gov't institutes to study backgrounds of violent youths. 260
2 rescued youths nabbed for assaulting Chunichi reporter. 146
2 women's prisons to train inmates in nursing care. 194
20,000 fans rank Japan's top animated series. 203
2ND LD: Operations at Snow Brand's Hokkaido factory suspended. 633
30% of NCB loans cleared for sale by FRC were duds: document. 505
3RD LD: Sogo to build new main store in Osaka. 477
6.5 million yen cash left in Tokyo garbage dump. 140
9 Japanese banks to hike short-term prime rates. 173
95 brains transferred by medical examiners without consent. 286
About 5.5% of Japanese office workers suicidal: survey. 189
Aichi hospital pays 15 mil. yen for patient's death. 135
Aizawa Securities to launch online Asian trading system. 121
Beetle leg, worm found in buns, thread in doughnuts. 217
Benzene level in air exceeds ceiling at 79 of 340 spots. 156
Blind Taiwan, Japanese climbers begin ascent of Mt. Fuji. 209
CORRECTED: 1.5 mil. yen reward offered to locate missing... 107
Dollar falls against yen on rise in Tokyo stocks. 364
Dollar falls slightly against yen in early Tokyo trading. 108
Dollar falls slightly against yen in Tokyo morning. 299
Dollar little changed after brief dip in Tokyo. 331
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo trading. 169
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo trading. 144
Dollar recoups losses against yen in Tokyo morning. 309
Dollar slides to 106 yen level in early N.Y. trading. 118
Dollar, euro plunge against yen in Tokyo morning. 303
Dollar, euro plunge on yen buybacks in Tokyo. 422
Ex-boxing champ Watanabe cancels appeal of firearms sentence. 171
Fake 'Pokemon' goods confiscated in Italy, 24 indicted. 92
FAO eyes royalties system for genetic resources. 309
Foreigners net buyers of Japan stocks in 3rd week of Aug. 201
FSA to crack down on Web rumors affecting financial deals. 156
FY 2001 budget requests to total about 84 tril. yen. 240
Gov't bond futures prices rise for 1st time in 5 days. 105
Gov't deems 24% of Japan's vascular plants endangered. 142
Gov't finalizes Sept. 1 sale of NCB to Softbank-led group. 276
Gov't panel says children should be allowed to donate organs. 288
Gov't to remove pollutants from land to be vacated in Okinawa. 249
Heat wave expected to add 0.5 point to 3rd qtr GDP. 227
Japan Environment Agency plans soil clean-up legislation. 356
Japan, U.S. trade claims at WTO panel meeting on steel row. 232
Japanese editorial excerpts -- SIZE NOT BE-ALL AND END-ALL FOR BANKS. 372
Key call rate stays around 0.25% in Tokyo morning. 235
Kikkoman recalling Del Monte canned food over glass scare. 145
LEAD: Dept. store sales down for 5th straight month in July. 183
LEAD: Japan's trade surplus down 19.3% in July on year. 463
LEAD: Kyoto bourse proposes merger with OSE. 257
LEAD: Mt. Oyama erupts, sends smoke 1,800 meters high. 144
Life insurance policies for individuals down in June. 82
Life, nonlife insurers to sell each other's policies. 239
M4.1 quake jolts Izu Islands. 104
Margin buying in Japan down for 4th week. 139
Matsushita Electric to stop lead soldering of products. 126
Mifune's family fails to declare portion of inheritance. 213
More radical changes needed to save Japan money brokers. 219
Museums at Arakawa River and Panama Canal ink agreement. 169
Nichiei to pay 2.5 mil. yen to compensate threatened client. 268
Nikkei closes lower after topping 16,500, TOPIX up. 476
Nikkei rises, briefly tops 16,500 for 1st time in 4 weeks. 404
No formal FSA request on capital gains tax system: Muto. 207
Operating costs for Aichi Expo estimated at 50-60 bil. yen. 196
Overnight call rate eases in some deals in Tokyo morning. 185
RCC forgave tens of billions of yen in corporate debt. 246
RCC moves to seize overseas assets of Kabuto Decom. 176
Sanwa, Deutsche agree on fund management for Japan firms. 86
Seiyu to gain management control of food retailer S.S.V. 265
Snow Brand workers 'lack knowledge' of bacterial toxin. 389
Supermarket sales down 20th straight month in July. 136
Tea master Sen Soshitsu to host tea ceremony at U.N. 98
Tokyo police to increase number of sketch artists. 166
Tokyo stocks finish morning higher. 418
Tokyo stocks open higher on bargain-hunting. 183
Tokyo stocks open higher on Wall Street rise. 194
Tokyo stocks open higher on Wall Street stability. 189
Tokyo stocks turn upward on rise in microchip issues. 428
Tokyo stocks up on Wall Street gains. 424
Tokyo stocks up, Nikkei hits 1-month closing high. 526
Toyobo to terminate production of polynosic. 93
Truck-driving carpenter nabbed after Yokohama hit-and-run. 115
TSE to ink tie-up accords with Chinese exchanges next year. 146
Volcanic town in Hokkaido plans to build 'eco-museum'. 341
Washington Post editorial protests Japanese whaling. 294
Woman dies of O-157 poisoning in Nagoya. 105
Yield on 10-year gov't bond closes above 1.8%. 164
Yield on 10-year gov't bond unchanged in morning. 82
Yield on 10-year gov't bond up for 4th straight day. 152
Yield on 10-year gov't bond up in morning. 108
Yield on 10-year gov't bond up in morning. 100

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