TT-508 -- China's Next Food Scandal? Ebiz news from Japan

With the world wide bee crisis continuing, and Chinese honey imports carrying risks, will Japan's honey production be dependent on old men keeping bees in their Tokyo apartments?

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TT-507 -- Recruiters Take a Hit, ebiz news from Japan

Although receiving little media focus, the recruitment industry is facing one of its toughest times yet. What options are left for the struggling industry?

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TT-506 -- The Demon Weed, ebiz news from Japan

The weed business in Japan is growing, despite the draconian law and the public shame that comes with getting caught.

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TT-505 -- Expats Flee Tokyo, e-biz news from Japan

Tokyo's expat watering holes are drying up as their customers leave town.

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TT-504 -- Online Ad Spending Trend, ebiz news from Japan

With a global recession, advertisers are cutting back and many online sites are markedly suffering. We look at one company that looks as though it might just survive, and perhaps even flourish - GREE.

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TT-503 -- Wind Turbine Venture, ebiz news from Japan

With Obama fully backing up the R&D for Green energy, how about a petite internet controlled wind turbine for starters?

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TT-502 -- Value-leaders Make Money in Recession, ebiz news from Japan

Even during a recession, closely analyzing the economy can expose a wealth of profitable markets. Uniqlo is one, and rising SNS star GREE is another. But how can we identify the right markets?

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TT-501 -- Is Now a Good Time to Start a Business? Ebiz news from Japan

The recession is predicted to to be with us for a while. Are low costs and government funds to SMEs good enough reasons to start up a business now?

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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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