Printer Friendly

Articles from Japan Weekly Monitor (September 3, 2001)

1-173 out of 173 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
10,000 local cattle to be examined for mad cow disease. 322
2 apples a day cut neutral fat to fight hyperlipemia. 159
21 years served on average for 'life terms'. 477
30 firms investigated on suspicion of price-fixing of seeds. 109
40% of Net voters urge reform even if jobless rate stays. 180
6 major life insurers oppose plan to OK guaranteed yield cuts. 367
600,000 construction workers to lose jobs within 3 years. 320
Agency of singer Amuro failed to declare 2 bil. yen in income. 393
Ajinomoto to pay $6 mil. fine for price fixing in U.S. 226
Akashi Police Station, city gov't raided over stampede. 512
Album by pop star Ayumi Hamasaki postponed. 166
April-June GDP forecast to show 0.9% contraction. 252
AUM members ordered to compensate family of murdered man. 304
Bad loans to be reduced to 10 tril. yen at end of FY 2004. 340
Budget requests for 7 priority sectors to total 1.4 tril. yen. 209
Chiba man nabbed in attempt to meet Internet girlfriend. 169
CORRECTED: Dollar higher against yen in Tokyo morning deals. 257
CORRECTED: Nikkei on track to record new post-bubble... 378
CORRECTED: Tokyo stocks rise in morning on huge Nasdaq gains. 331
Daiei to achieve pretax profit target. 235
Daiei to triple student recruits in 2002. 180
Defense Agency vice minister to visit U.S. from Tues. 182
Defense student nabbed for smuggling cannabis from India. 206
Denso to buy back 100 bil. yen in own shares for retirement. 249
Doctors should decide on treating mentally ill felons: assoc. 236
Dollar climbs to mid-120 yen in Tokyo. 428
Dollar dips below 119 yen in Tokyo morning. 267
Dollar dips to 3-month low below 119 yen in Tokyo. 489
Dollar falls to 119 yen territory in Tokyo. 519
Dollar fractionally lower against yen in early Tokyo trading. 130
Dollar gains against yen in early Tokyo trading. 174
Dollar hovers around 120 yen in Tokyo morning deals. 276
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo trading. 172
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo trading. 163
Dollar moves around 120 yen in Tokyo morning deals. 293
Dollar rises against yen in early Tokyo trading. 132
Dollar stays above 120.00 yen in listless Tokyo trading. 494
Dollar trades around 120 yen in Tokyo morning. 287
Dollar weaker before release of U.S. GDP data. 512
Early implementation of structural reforms important: Takenaka. 355
ECB cuts interest rates, first since May 10. 212
Ehime Maru stern to be lifted again. 548
Ehime Maru's stern lift successful. 416
Ehime store hostage drama ends, man arrested. 228
Experts call for collaboration to address climate change. 291
Experts on aging call on G-8 to deal with aging issue. 446
FEATURE: Experts divided in views on quakes in Tokai region. 741
Fisherman found in Pacific survived on water condensation. 362
Food Agency panel urges cutting Japan's rice stockpiles. 225
FSA gives trust license to RCC to facilitate bad-loan disposal. 194
FSA proposes cutting capital gains tax for stocks to 10%. 260
FSA unveils final plan on limiting banks' shareholdings. 312
FSA's Mori urges banks to define loans in view of stock prices. 98
FTC seeks addition of 69 staff under FY 2002 budget. 192
Funds to treat severely burned Russian boy running short. 258
FY 2002 general account budget requests total 85.7 tril. yen. 285
Gang war breaks out on Tokyo street, 4 injured. 240
Gifu Prefecture launches Net bidding for public works. 227
Gov't has no plans to deal with falling stock prices. 382
Gov't plans no short-term steps for stock prices. 183
Gov't security agency seeks data on Koreans in Sapporo. 360
Gov't tax panel plans tax reform proposals on stocks in Sept. 286
Gov't tax panel to propose stock tax reform in Sept. 453
Gov't to closely monitor stock prices: Fukuda. 264
Hayami says gov't efforts necessary to combat deflation. 282
Head of test-prep firm nabbed on tax-evasion charge. 244
Health ministry ups number of homeless shelters, job centers. 367
Henry Miller Museum in Nagano to close, seeks art buyer. 150
Hitachi Seiki, Takamatsu Machinery tie up on machine tools. 165
HIV-contracted transplant recipient discharged. 266
Hokkaido man indicted in stabbing death of 2 children. 126
Horses have no 'personal' rights, judge says in game suit. 275
Housing starts mark 1st rise since Dec. 173
Ikeda Elementary School reopens 80 days after attack. 353
Imports of Chinese fireworks on rise. 174
Input error had MegaFusion shares traded at very low price. 178
Japan gov't bond futures prices cut losses on bargain-hunting. 110
Japan gov't bond futures prices down in morning. 90
Japan gov't bond futures prices end higher. 142
Japan gov't bond futures prices end morning higher. 98
Japan gov't bond futures prices fall ahead of bond auction. 114
Japan gov't bond futures prices fall ahead of bond auction. 86
Japan gov't bond futures prices little changed. 117
Japan gov't bond futures prices move little in morning. 104
Japan gov't bond futures prices rise on dismal output data. 111
Japan to issue World Cup commemorative coins next spring. 217
Japan Tobacco to launch early retirement program. 131
Japan urged to boost birthrate, support female workers. 459
Japan wholesaler, retailer sales down for 6th month in July. 339
Japan's industrial output down 2.8% in July. 370
Japan's jobless rate hits record high 5.0% in July. 540
Japan's rice stock to reach 2.1 mil. tons. 135
Japanese Diet delegation arrives in Nairobi. 180
Japanese MSDF begins training ops for Ehime Maru salvage. 289
Judge gets suspended prison term over child prostitution. 390
Kawasaki Heavy Industries to skip interim dividend. 82
Kinki postal office raided over poll violation. 658
Kitakyushu customs impounds 36,000 cans of Freon gas. 283
Kitasato Institute fails to declare 100 mil. yen. 319
Koizumi's photo album to be published in Sept. 183
Koizumi's son determined to become actor. 252
Kyocera to cut 10,000 jobs. 162
Low-income elderly require more nursing and care, study finds. 254
Major drugmaker Eisai to close U.S. vitamin factory. 187
Man gets 17 years for murder of Tochigi brothers. 177
Man nabbed for illegally living in Chiba house for 5 months. 139
Man with model gun causes commotion at Tokyo District Court. 134
Many men in 40s, 50s have illness from irregular lifestyle. 267
Margin stock buying in Japan down for 2nd week. 98
METI to request 9.1% rise in budgetary outlays for FY 2002. 379
METI to request 9.1% rise in budgetary outlays for FY 2002. 409
Ministry puts animal-acquired infections warning online. 235
Ministry to allocate 42.2 bil. yen for top universities. 208
Ministry to distribute manuals on rabies prevention. 217
Mitsui, Sumitomo to merge fertilizer subsidiaries. 140
Miyakejima evacuees having economic difficulties: survey. 262
MOF official calls for caution on issuing new bonds in FY 2001. 237
Moody's confirms ratings for Itochu, Nichimen. 140
Mycal to unveil revised restructuring plan this week. 271
Mycal's interest-bearing debts to come to 1.05 tril. yen. 471
New bond issues may exceed 30 tril. yen in FY 2001: Takenaka. 592
NGK Insulators group to tie up with French apparatus maker. 126
Nikkei again hits post-bubble closing low. 516
Nikkei closes below 11,000 for 1st time in 17 yrs. 518
Nikkei index sinks below post-bubble closing low. 432
Nikkei renews post-bubble low despite minimizing early losses. 519
Nikkei threatens to dip below 11,000 in early Wed. trading. 187
Nippon Menard uses artificial skin to test new cosmetics. 170
Nippon Mining to buy gold rich copper concentrate in Australia. 163
Non-profit bodies to post finance data on Internet. 182
Oita univ. students run successful business teaching English. 276
Omron cuts full-year group net profit forecast by 42.3%. 277
Osaka drugstore owner found murdered in bathtub. 81
Osaka pachinko parlor employee stabbed to death. 94
Overtime falls in July for 5th straight month. 204
Panel calls on main bank to shoulder heaviest burden. 277
Patent office to enhance network against copied items in Asia. 104
Planting trees on buildings help cool surrounding space. 194
Poland to set up industrial complex for Japanese firms. 176
Police search home of man who killed, was killed by, cop. 207
Prices of Japan gov't bond futures end morning higher. 115
Princess Sayako to feature in Uruguay stamp. 164
Record 17 '3rd-sector firms' go down so far this year. 185
Relatives of Ehime Maru victims request memorials. 197
Rengo calls on Koizumi to draft law, budget on employment. 407
Researchers to launch digital archive of Japanese culture. 121
S&P changes outlook to negative on Sony, 2 group firms. 154
Selected summaries of articles from Japanese magazines -2-. 1495
Selected summaries of articles from Japanese magazines -3-. 1483
Selected summaries of articles from Japanese magazines. 1002
Shochiku, public corp. to securitize Tokyo office building. 282
Stocks fall within tolerance of bank, insurance ratings: S&P. 176
Stocks plunge sharply in N.Y., Dow closes below 10,000. 187
Taiwan confirms 1st-ever E. coli O-157 case. 322
Takuma deemed mentally fit, indictment possible. 422
Tokyo can't accept IMF review on Japan banks now: Yanagisawa. 118
Tokyo stocks down on record-high jobless figure. 637
Tokyo stocks open higher on huge Wall St. gains. 153
Tokyo stocks open on weak tone. 147
Tokyo stocks open sharply lower on Wall St. slides. 163
Tokyo stocks open slightly lower on continued Wall Street fall. 172
Tokyo stocks rise on huge Nasdaq gains. 508
Tokyo stocks weak, Nikkei threatens to dip below 11,000. 466
Tokyo's key CPI down 1.2% in Aug. on year. 396
Toray to buy plastics compound facility in U.S. 175
Toshiba Lighting to repair 400,000 lighting fixtures. 125
TSE to urge firms to make shares easier to buy for individuals. 237
Typhoon No. 13 formed in N. Pacific. 97
U.S. group sees Japan economy showing no sign of recovery. 242
Vault door firm Fuji Seiko files for voluntary bankruptcy. 134
Wage-earning households spent 0.4% less in July. 384
Woman, 3 children die in Shiga midnight fire. 249
Women barred from entering tunnel for fear of angering 'deity'. 252

Terms of use | Copyright © 2017 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters