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A governor gave final approval Friday for a nuclear power plant to restart in southern Japan, the first to resume operations under new safety rules imposed in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi meltdowns caused by an earthquake and tsunami.
 

A local governor in Japan has given final approval to restart a nuclear power plant in southern Japan, the first to resume operations in the country under new safety rules imposed in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi meltdowns caused by a tsunami.
 

Toyota on Wednesday said it was on track to book a record US$17.5 billion full-year net profit, as Japan's major automakers wrapped up a bumper earnings season, but the industry is facing headwinds from slower demand at home and in China.
Toyota races to record profit, China flashes red signal

 

Japanese sushi maestro Jiro Ono, whose creations were recently enjoyed by U.S. President Barack Obama and are reputedly the best in the world, warned Tuesday of a sea change in ingredients due to overfishing.
Japan star sushi chef warns against overfishing

 

Japan's SoftBank said Tuesday net profit in the first six months of its fiscal year jumped by more than a third, thanks to a US$5.0 billion-dollar gain from its stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
 

Nissan said Tuesday its half-year net profit rose 25 percent to US$2.3 billion, lifted by strong North American sales and new models, with a sharply weaker yen also boosting the Japanese automaker's bottom line.
 

Japanese writer Haruki Murakami has chided his country for shirking responsibility for its World War II aggression and the Fukushima nuclear disaster in an interview published Monday.
 

Japanese police have launched a criminal investigation after the bodies of around 40 dogs were found dumped by a river in the east of the country, officials said Saturday.
 

The Bank of Japan (BOJ) ramped up its vast monetary easing program Friday — sending the yen plunging and stocks soaring — in a surprise move aimed at reviving growth just as the Federal Reserve winds down its own stimulus spree.
 

Sony said Thursday its net loss for the April-September period ballooned to nearly US$1.0 billion, as the embattled electronics firm continues to struggle in the cutthroat smartphone business.
 
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