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Japan: Country Profile

Area: 377,780 square kilometres (142,771 square miles)
Population: 127,692,000
Capital City: Tokyo
People: 98.3% Japanese; 1.7 % other (mostly Chinese or ethnic Korean)
Language:
Japanese
Religion(s): 80% of Japanese adhere to more than one religion: Shinto (106.8 million), Buddhism (89.2 million), Christianity (3.0 million), others (9.8 million)
Currency: Yen

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Japan Health Insurance Association rejects claims by ex-fishermen exposed to Bik...
The Japan Times Japan Health Insurance Association rejects claims by ex-fishermen exposed to Bikini Atoll radiation The Japan Times KOCHI ? Worker compensation claims by former fishermen and others over health damage from exposure to radiation caused by U.S. hydrogen bomb tests on Bikini Ato...
Japan Post chief sees bright future beyond mail services - The Japan Times
The Japan Times Japan Post chief sees bright future beyond mail services The Japan Times The former state-owned postal and financial services behemoth nominally went private in 2007 as a result of then-Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's quest to break it up. With more than 400,000 employee...
US House passes short-term spending bill, Senate fight erupts - The Japan Times
The Japan Times US House passes short-term spending bill, Senate fight erupts The Japan Times Besides extending government funding by a month to give negotiators more time to work on a longer deal, the temporary spending bill would extend for six years the Children's Health Insurance Progr...
China oil spill causes insurance chaos - The Japan News
The Indian Express China oil spill causes insurance chaos The Japan News By Jonathan Saul/ ReutersLONDON ? The reluctance of foreign banks to deal with Iran could complicate any compensation payments resulting from the collision last week of an Iranian oil tanker and a Chinese cargo ship, sour...
Japan\'s Nippon Life eyeing M&A for foreign boutique bond and alternative funds ...
Reuters Japan's Nippon Life eyeing M&A for foreign boutique bond and alternative funds Reuters TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nippon Life Insurance Co [NPNLI.UL], which recently struck a deal to buy about a quarter of U.S. investment firm TCW Group, is scouting for opportunities to ...
AIA Flourishes as Asia Life Insurance Booms - Barron\'s - Barron\'s
Barron's AIA Flourishes as Asia Life Insurance Booms - Barron's Barron's It often pays for a local player to go it alone rather than piggyback on a global giant. In the aftermath of the financial crisis, AIA Group, the largest pan-Asian life insurer and the regional subsidiary of then-troubl...
Why Japanese Girls Want To Be Bread Makers Rather Than Breadwinners - Forbes
Forbes Why Japanese Girls Want To Be Bread Makers Rather Than Breadwinners Forbes are a fascinating window into Japanese society. The results also show the respect for knowledge and learning many have here, but also how women are still raised to fulfil very specific gender roles, mostly in s...
Corporate Japan embraces UN sustainable development goals - Nikkei Asian Review
Nikkei Asian Review Corporate Japan embraces UN sustainable development goals Nikkei Asian Review TOKYO -- The term "SDG" has become the latest buzzword for corporate Japan as a growing number of companies look to integrate the United Nations' sustainable development goals into...
Govt. slapped with high insurance premium for Central Expressway loan from Japan...
Govt. slapped with high insurance premium for Central Expressway loan from Japanese bank The Sunday Times Sri Lanka The Government is to be slapped with a massive insurance premium of Rs. 14 billion, for a loan of Rs 138 billion from a Japanese bank, to construct a 32-km stretch of the C...
 
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