JIN-489 -- "Fewer Bankers, More Geeks" or "How Japan (can) Beat the Global Financial Crisis"

Things are still looking good for Nintendo.

JIN-488 -- Forget about doomsday. How about "The End of Privacy As We Know It?"

New mobile video streaming software is about to make citizen journalism real.

JIN-487 -- "Always look on the bright side of life" and other things the BOJ didn't say

Well it's official - according to the Bank of Japan, the economy's expansion has halted. Read Now

JIN-486 -- Voters call for economic salvation before election

The popularity of Taro Aso's cabinet has already started sinking and if a new opinion poll speaks the truth, it looks like the LDP will have to inject a bit of hope into the economy, before an election is called. Read Now

JIN-485 -- The shares keep tumbling and the fire sales continue

Japan's shares hit an almost five-year low Tuesday as the markets tumbled across the globe. But it's not all bad news following the Wall Street fallout, Japan's megabanks are smiling all the way to the... banks. Read Now

JIN-484 -- When the dust settles on Wall Street, can Japan step in?

As the carnage continues in the financial sector, Japan's megabanks have re-emerged on Wall Street. But will their marriage with the likes of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley work? Read Now

JIN-483 -- Aso takes the lead role in the greatest (comedy) show on Earth

New PM Taro Aso takes over the reins but does he have what it takes to lose the general election? Read Now


JIN-482 -- Lehman collapse will test the safety of the Japanese economy

Japan's business leaders are shrugging off the severity of the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy and its aftershocks - so why worry? Read Now

JIN-481 -- Will the DPJ prove to be the real alternative for the public?

With the new leader of the LDP about to be chosen, the question remains: Does it even matter?Read Now


JIN-480 -- J@pan Inc Magazine September 2008

A monthly round-up of what's in J@pan Inc Magazine September issue. Read Now


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