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3 out of 5 Arrows: Japan's Abenomics


by John Brian Shannon | April 29, 2016

If the fundamentals of an economy are sound, any conceivable shock to an economy will eventually dissipate and normal economic flows will resume. 700 more words


Japan’s inexperience in the defense industry has cost it $40 billion

One of the world’s most lucrative defense contracts went to France’s DCNS Group today (April 26). The state-owned naval contractor will build 12 next-generation submarines for Australia, in a deal valued at $40 billion. 283 more words

Junctions, Mediators and Urban navigations - the case of hydrogen energy seen from an AoD perspective.

written by Torben Kulasingam

Forgot the case?

Based on the two former blogs, it is evident how much effort and enthusiasm, the politicians and notable companies put into the project of hydrogen fuel energy and the final deployment in the Olympic Village. 2,386 more words

Olympic Games 2020

Calls for More Aid for Japan Quake Zone as Toll Rises to 42 Dead

(MINAMIASO, Japan) — The U.S. military prepared to join relief efforts Monday in disaster-stricken areas of southern Japan as authorities struggled to feed and care for tens of thousands of people who sought shelter after two powerful earthquakes that killed at least 42 people. 625 more words

Aftershocks, Widespread Damage After Deadly Japan Earthquake

(MASHIKI, Japan) — Aftershocks rattled communities in southern Japan as businesses and residents got a fuller look Friday at the widespread damage from an unusually strong overnight earthquake that killed nine people and injured about 800. 467 more words

Earthquake Hits Japan, Two Dead

At least two people have been killed, after an earthquake, measuring magnitude 6.0, struck southwestern Japan. 179 more words