Yuri ShekhunovYuri Shekhunov22.09.2022

Typhoon Nanmadol, better known in Japan as Typhoon No. 14 (serial number this year), caused great damage to the Land of the Rising Sun. As a result of the elements, three people died and 133 were injured in the south and southwest of Japan, NHK reported. On the island of Kyushu, the brunt of the […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin04.04.2022

Asian shares were mostly higher Thursday after an advance on Wall Street that ended a three-day losing streak. Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai advanced while Seoul edged lower. Oil prices fell back and U.S. futures climbed. Investors appeared to brush aside fresh evidence that inflation remains widespread in the U.S. economy according to a U.S. […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin28.03.2022

Japanese Diet enacted Tuesday a record 107.60 trillion yen ($900 billion) budget for fiscal 2022 to finance measures against the coronavirus as well as rising social security and national defense costs. The House of Councillors passed the budget for the year starting on April 1, following its approval by the House of Representatives in late […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin01.02.2022

Tokyo reports 14,445 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 81,655. The Tokyo metropolitan government on Tuesday reported 14,445 new coronavirus cases, up 2,694 from Monday and up 1,632 from last Tuesday. By age group, 2,824 cases were in their 20s, 2,549 in their 30s, 2,279 in their 40s and 1,469 in their 50s, while 1,642 were […]

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