TT-593 -- Economics of Not Having a Korean War, e-biz news from Japan

When bombarding South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island, North Korea reminded how irrational and dangerous it can be.

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TT-592 -- Budget Airlines Change Things, e-biz news from Japan

Reduced landing fees at Narita international airport should attract a certain type of carrier.

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TT-591 -- Encounter with a World Champion Sommelier, e-biz news from Japan

Being a sommelier is much more than just tasting wines, it's more about entertainment and social connection.

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TT-590 -- Radio's Last Stand, e-biz news from Japan

Japan's largest advertising company announced that it would be launching a new company to transmit station content over the Internet.

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TT-589 -- Where is Real Estate Going? e-biz news from Japan

In certain sectors things are improving like owner-occupied homes in major cities and downtown condo's.

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TT-588 -- Logic for Spawning 400 Subsidiaries, e-biz news from Japan

Japan's archaic regulations require new subsidiaries to be opened for new business activities.

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JIN-524 -- The West's New Yen For Japan

Although wrapped in the reputation of the Galapagos syndrome, Japan is ripe for startup investment.

TT-587 -- Where Start-ups Get Money From, e-biz news from Japan

Unlike in other countries, Venture Capital firms do not play a major role in helping new companies get started.

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TT-586 -- Can China Choke Japan's Food Supply? e-biz news from Japan

What commodities does China make that Japan vitally needs and would be severely hurt if they couldn't get it?

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TT-585 -- A Tribute to Jim Adams, e-biz news from Japan

Jim had a reputation for looking after both his own people and those around him very well.

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