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Articles from Japan Weekly Monitor (March 6, 2000)

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14 major nonlife insurers to accept debit-card payments. Brief Article 195
2 execs arrested over alleged income tax evasion. Brief Article 333
2 major Japanese sugar makers to unify production. Brief Article 104
2ND LD: Chiyoda, Dai-Tokyo to merge in April 2001. Brief Article 588
3 pager service firms to end services by end of March. 152
Author calls for end to barriers against disabled. 408
Average monthly wages rise 1.2% in January. 138
Banking group wants limit on investment of postal savings. 228
BOJ policy-makers discuss need for 'zero rate' policy. 339
BOJ's Taya nixes quantitative easing. Brief Article 164
Cabinet approves bill for 401(k)-type pension plans. 601
CORRECTED: 14 LTCB board members approved, 6 of them... 404
Daiei to skip dividend payments for 2nd straight year. Brief Article 161
DirecTV agrees to transfer subscribers to SKYPerfecTV. Brief Article 342
Dollar drops to 109 yen level in Tokyo morning deals. 265
Dollar eases against yen in Tokyo morning deals. Brief Article 276
Dollar eases against yen in Tokyo. 310
Dollar falls against yen early in Tokyo. Brief Article 93
Dollar falls against yen in early Tokyo deals. 141
Dollar falls against yen in Tokyo morning. Brief Article 213
Dollar firms against yen in Tokyo morning. 253
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo deals. 94
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo deals. Brief Article 94
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo trading. 119
Dollar plunges below 108 yen in N.Y. 175
Dollar rises against yen in Tokyo morning. Brief Article 257
Dollar rises against yen in Tokyo on release of weak data. Brief Article 422
Dollar rises against yen in Tokyo. 447
Dollar weakens against yen on rise in Nikkei. 419
Education minister asks industry to hire more new grads. 242
Euro free-falls to record low, dollar falls to 2-week low. 521
FEATURE: Japanese 'hanabi' light up Belgian sky. 702
Fewer firms believe themselves to have excess workforces. 252
Former LTCB affiliate to repay 30% of debts in 5 years. 302
FRC decides to end state control of LTCB. 117
FSA orders Deutsche Bank group to improve compliance. 158
Fukui Bank seeks alliance with two regional banks. Brief Article 133
Gov't bond futures prices down on profit-taking. 81
Gov't bond futures prices gain in morning deals. 93
Gov't bond futures prices turn downward. 128
Gov't bond futures prices up on bargain-hunting. 167
Gov't bond futures prices up on yen's strength. 131
Gov't bond futures up on yen's rise. 118
Gov't panel proposes optical-fiber network in sewer pipes. Brief Article 283
Health minister plans to change hospital charging system. 324
Hitachi unveils explosives detector. Brief Article 177
Income of section chiefs averages 9.15 mil. yen: survey. Brief Article 230
Ito-Yokado to invest $540 mil. in 7-Eleven. Brief Article 147
Japan compiles new rules against illegal exports of garbage. Brief Article 161
Japan to ease controls on copyright agents. 205
Japan's Jan. housing starts rise 16.8% on year. Brief Article 171
Japan, EU reconfirm need to cut tariffs for poor countries. 133
Japan, U.S. to hold high-level WTO talks Mon. 348
Japanese delegation to visit Europe, U.S. for WTO talks. Brief Article 337
Key money rate falls to 0.02% in Tokyo. Brief Article 166
Key money rate flat at 0.02% in Tokyo. 186
Key money rate flat at 0.02% in Tokyo. 193
Kobe Steel licenses Hyundai for sludge disposal technology. Brief Article 205
Law ordering recycling of construction waste eyed. Brief Article 436
LEAD: Japan hands over LTCB ownership to Ripplewood-led... Brief Article 760
LEAD: Japan's industrial output rises 0.9% in Jan. on month. 269
LEAD: Japan's jobless rate stays at 4.7% in Jan. 603
LEAD: Key money market rate plunges in Tokyo. 154
LEAD: LTCB, Hokkaido Bank seek public funds. Brief Article 509
LEAD: New LTCB vows to revive int'l operations within 3 years. Brief Article 846
LEAD: Overnight call money rate rises to 0.28% in Tokyo. 266
LEAD: Sakaiya expects economic recovery in Sept. 401
LEAD: Seven-Eleven to enter nursing care market. Brief Article 320
LEAD: SKYPerfecTV to absorb struggling DirecTV, sources say. Brief Article 283
Man fails in 2nd attempt to rob same bank branch. 130
Margin buying in Japan up for 9th straight week. 175
Matsuzakaya to close department store in L.A. Brief Article 125
MHI to post unexpectedly big loss in fiscal 1999. 156
Mitsubishi cancels saltworks project in Mexico. Brief Article 213
Mitsui chooses Shimizu as next president. 91
Miyazawa foresees BOJ lifting zero rate policy after Sept. Brief Article 224
Moody's confirms rating for Chiyoda Fire, Dai-Tokyo Fire. 105
Mori Building, MOMA agree on tie-up. 254
Nasdaq Japan to shake up market with competition: president. 380
Nestle Japan takes over UCC Ueshima's vending machines. Brief Article 148
New corporate tax may be introduced in FY 2003. 239
New FRC chief to follow fair rules in financial management. Brief Article 294
Niigata, Hiroshima stock exchanges absorbed by TSE. Brief Article 189
Nikko Securities to enhance retail business. Brief Article 168
Nintendo to take 3% stake in Lawson. 105
Nonlife insurers to start reporting half-year results. Brief Article 141
Osaka gov. iterates negative view on Tokyo's new bank tax. 116
Osaka set to host Malaysian investment seminar in July. Brief Article 167
Panel OKs revision to bill on industrial waste disposal. 288
PCCW joins Legend to tap China's Internet market. 430
Postal savings to see 1st net fall in 9 years in FY 1999. 216
Salaried workers' household spending falls in Jan. 255
Sales of Japanese makers in Asia back to pre-crisis level. Brief Article 151
Sanwa Bank's online brokerage to start operation April 3. Brief Article 124
Struggling retailer Sogo mulls selling key Osaka outlet. Brief Article 219
Sumitomo Trust to forgive 18 bil. yen claim on condo seller. Brief Article 99
Tax authorities file complaints against 6 consultants, clients. 355
Tokyo stocks close mixed. 537
Tokyo stocks close mixed. 532
Tokyo stocks down, info, high-tech issues weak. 444
Tokyo stocks down, Nikkei closes below 20,000. 534
Tokyo stocks end morning mixed, telecom issues weak. 496
Tokyo stocks higher in morning, Nikkei tops 20,000. 585
Tokyo stocks open higher, Nikkei tops 20,000. 159
Tokyo stocks open lower on yen's rise. 174
Tokyo stocks open lower, Nikkei slips below 20,000. 158
Tokyo stocks open mixed after Wall Street plunge. Brief Article 177
Tokyo stocks open mixed, NTT group weak. 157
Tokyo stocks turn downward on strong yen. 621
Tokyo stocks up in morning on bargain-hunting. 538
Tokyo stocks up moderately in morning after N.Y. fall. 554
Tokyo stocks up, Nikkei closes above 20,000. 571
Top court says patients have right to refuse transfusion. 286
U.S. urges more mart-opening efforts by Japan: USTR report. 809
WTO backs Japan's claims against U.S. antidumping law. 235
Yield on 10-year gov't bond slightly down in morning. 88
Yield on 10-year gov't bond slightly up in morning. 81
Yield on 10-year gov't bond up in morning. 124
Yield on 10-year gov't bond up on rise in Nikkei index. 120

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