TT-500 -- Predictions for 2009, ebiz news from Japan

A much extended recession, a collapse of the US dollar, and The Big One finally hitting Tokyo? What will 2009 have in store for us? Check out our predictions.

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A Note of Thanks, JHELP Christmas Appeal

Thousands of foreign workers in Japan are continuing to lose their jobs, and with it, their homes. One of the worst cases involves a mother turfed out of her home with her baby. Luckily, there is an organization to help - but they need your support. Find out how.

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TT-499 -- Year-end Round Up of M&As, ebiz news from Japan

An end of year round-up of M&As in 2008

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TT-498 -- Car Sharing Gains Pace, ebiz news from Japan

Against a bleak backdrop of a failing auto industry, it appears that a silver lining can be found in a new system - car sharing.

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TT-497 -- Metropolis Buys Kansai Scene Magazine, ebiz news from Japan

Who says print is dead? The future of publishing will lie in free papers and more engagement.

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TT-496 -- Making the Case for Recycling Monopolies, ebiz news from Japan

With a decrease in demand from China, Japan's waste trade is going downhill.

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TT-495 -- The Recession, What's Ahead? ebiz news from Japan

If this recession develops into a global depression, what are some of the more extreme changes that Japan could face?

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TT-494 -- Hospitals in Crisis, ebiz news from Japan

After a shocking number of reports about patients being turned away from emergency care and inevitably dieing, it is clear that the medical system is in a dire condition. But what exactly is going wrong?

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TT-493 -- Office in a Box, ebiz news from Japan

Harsh economic times call for harsh cost cuts. What is on offer to aid tighter belts?

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TT-492 -- Job Cuts in Full Swing, ebiz news from Japan

Although the government report on the unemployment rate in Japan does not look too bad, upon closer inspection, it may not be as good as it seems...

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