Japan

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Typhoon Hanna has worsened further as it moves to southern Ryukyu Islands in Japan, said Monday night state weather office PAGASA. Hanna was spotted at 10 p.m. at 510 kilometers north of Basco northeast, Batanes. It was packaging 155 km / h peak winds and 190 km / h gusts. At 20 km / h, Hanna moved northwest. Friday morning it is anticipated to leave the Philippine region of responsibility.

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Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that it had called on the Japanese ambassador in Moscow to complain about what it said was Tokyo’s criticism bordering on an effort to interfere with Russia’s national affairs. Earlier this month, Tokyo called on Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to visit one of four islands that Japan and Russia claimed to be highly regrettable and encouraged Moscow to take positive measures to advance

Euro

Asian stocks pushed higher on Wednesday amid advances in the Sino-US trade saga, while the dollar reached double-month highs on the euro as investors wagered on a dovish result from the forthcoming policy conference of the European Central Bank. A Bloomberg study assisted the sentiment that US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer would travel to Shanghai next week for conferences with the Chinese office. Economic consultant to the White House Larry

AMRO

The Asean+3 Macroeconomic and Research Office (Amro) has reduced its growth predictions for the Philippines in 2019 and 2020 to 6.3% and 6.5% respectively. This was included in the update published in Amro’s Asean+3 Regional Economic Outlook July. Amro expected a 6.4% development for the Philippines for 2019 and 6.6% for 2020 in its prior study. Amro ascribed the slower growth forecasts to the unanticipated slowdown in development in the

Xi Jinping

China does not have the West Philippine Sea (WPS), said Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio. In a statement to President Rodrigo Duterte’s fourth State of the Nation Address Monday, the senior judge said China had seven characteristics in the Spratlys plus Scarborough Shoal. He added that China also confiscated Sandy Cay from the Philippines during the Duterte administration. But even when taken together, the region of these geological

restaurant

MANILA – Japan’s famous Menya Kokoro has finally opened their first mazesoba shop in Philippines. The branch is located at the bustling and beautiful Uptown Mall in Taguig. The restaurant was first opened by Chef Takuma Ishikawa shop in 2013. And after just one year later, Menya Kokoro received the Best Mazesoba Award in Japan. Menya Kokoro has already expanded to other countries including Canada, Korea, Indonesia, Singapore. Now us

deer

Several plastic bags have been discovered in the stomachs of over half of the 14 wild deer which have been dead since March at the Nara Park in western Japan and have been pushed to guard the local government. Nine deer have died after swallowing plastic bags, according to the Nara Deer Preservation Foundation. A lot of plastic litter and snacks have been tangled and the highest weight is 4.3

philippines

MANILA, Philippines — According to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Governor Benjamin Diokno.The Philippines has entered a “Goldilocks” economy with the right mix of high economic growth and low inflation. Diokno, during a speech during the Wallace Business Forum (WBF), stated the Philippine economy has entered a state of having “just the right” mix of high growth and low inflation. “In other words, ladies and gentlemen, the Philippine economy continues to

Shinzō Abe and Rodrigo Duterte

Both governments of Japan and the Philippines engaged a $202.04-million loan agreement to finance the development a road network in conflict areas in Mindanao. A statement on Wednesday by the Department of Finance (DOF) stated Philippine and Japanese officials signed the loan accord in New Clark City late Tuesday. The arrangement calls for Japan to provide an official development assistance loan for the construction and improvement of roads in Mindanao’s

California earth quake

TOKYO, Japan – There were at least 15 people were incapacitated after a magnitude-6.7 earthquake struck Japan’s northeastern region late Tuesday, authorities stated early Wednesday. Japan’s Meteorological Agency advised of potential landslides and collapse of houses, and said there was a chance of more quakes of similar levels hitting Yamagata and Niigata prefectures over the following week. It also forecast rain in part of the region on Wednesday. Nine individuals