TT-752 -- Bad Loans Propaganda, e-biz news from Japan

The Nikkei carried a feel-good article about Japan's top three banks had cut their Non-performing Loans (NPLs) to small and mid-size companies -- however, government propaganda has its own language and smell.

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TT-751 -- Invest Tokyo Looking Under the Wrong Rock? E-biz news from Japan.

About the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's attempt to restore the population of foreign firms lost to the Lehman Shock and subsequently the 3/11 earthquake.

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TT-750 -- Anti-corruption Challenges in Asia, e-biz news from Japan

Interesting case going on in Vietnam at present. It involves the bribery of at least 4 and possibly as many as 14 Vietnam Railways Corporation (VRC) officials by a Japanese contracting firm called JTC.

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TT-749 -- Japan's Internet Wild West, e-biz news from Japan

Crowdsourcing is fine as a concept when you are dealing with digital files, but another thing all together when it comes to looking after helpless human beings.

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TT-748 -- Green Tea the Next Big Thing? E-biz news from Japan

Although almost all commercial tea apparently comes from the same bush, "Camellia Sinensis", it's the Japanese method of processing the leaves right after harvesting that give it the distinctive color and taste.

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TT-747 -- What if Japan Couldn't Import Food? E-biz news from Japan

What if Japan, because of global war, contamination, contagion, or extreme yen devaluation, suddenly couldn't get its normal food supply from abroad? Would this mean that Japan wouldn't be able to feed itself?

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TT-746 -- T'attitude Needs Change, E-biz news from Japan

In 2012 the mayor of Osaka, Toru Hashimoto, came out "full blast" with a policy that outlawed tattoos -- in the Osaka government at least. Specifically, he ordered a stop to city employees getting inked.

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TT-745 -- Bangkok Travel Show Successful for Japan, ebiz news from Japan

The presence of at least 63 Japanese companies led by the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) is ample evidence of the Japanese government targeting customers in Southeast Asia.

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TT-744 -- Why Finding a Good Country Manager is Hard, e-biz news from Japan

The Country Manager of a foreign company starting up in Japan is more than just a manager, he/she also has to be an entrepreneur and salesperson to run the minutiae of a new business for the first 3-5 years.

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TT-743 -- Things Not Looking Good for Abenomics, Ebiz news from Japan

Economists and businesspeople will be speculating about what will happen to the Japanese economy after the consumption tax increases from 5% to 8%, and therefore what will happen to Abenomics.

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