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'Japanese Economy' - 157 News Result(s)

  • Arun Jaitley Invites Japanese Firms To Manufacture In India

    Arun Jaitley Invites Japanese Firms To Manufacture In India

    Mr Jaitley also highlighted various initiatives under the "Make in India" programme which is a flagship scheme of the central government to spur domestic manufacturing.

  • GST Impact On Inflation To Be Less Than 20 Basis Points: Nomura

    GST Impact On Inflation To Be Less Than 20 Basis Points: Nomura

    According to the Japanese financial services major, the GST council is making steady progress and is expected to be implemented in the July-September quarter this year.

  • Shiv Sena Calls Notes Ban 'Nuclear Bomb', Says Economy Like 'Hiroshima-Nagasaki'

    Shiv Sena Calls Notes Ban 'Nuclear Bomb', Says Economy Like 'Hiroshima-Nagasaki'

    In a vitriolic attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetisation, the Shiv Sena today said he had dropped a "nuclear bomb" on the country through the decision and turned the economy into "Hiroshima-Nagasaki", the Japanese cities devastated by the US during the World War II.

  • Bank Of Japan Keeps Policy On Hold, Brightens View Of Economy

    Bank Of Japan Keeps Policy On Hold, Brightens View Of Economy

    Reflecting a pick-up in emerging Asian demand and factory output, the central bank upgraded its language to signal its confidence that the economy is headed for a steady recovery.

  • Nomura Sees Only Short-Term Impact On Growth From Note Ban

    Nomura Sees Only Short-Term Impact On Growth From Note Ban

    Estimating growth to largely remain unchanged for the next 12 months, the Japanese financial services major said the GDP would stand at 7.1 per cent in 2016 as well as 2017

  • SoftBank To Invest $50 Billion In Businesses, Job Creation In US: Donald Trump

    SoftBank To Invest $50 Billion In Businesses, Job Creation In US: Donald Trump

    The head of Japan's SoftBank Group Corp, which in October set up a $100 billion fund for technology investments, said on Tuesday he would invest $50 billion in U.S. businesses, a move President-elect Donald Trump claimed was a direct result of his election win.

  • CPI Inflation To Moderate To Around 4 Per Cent In November: Nomura

    CPI Inflation To Moderate To Around 4 Per Cent In November: Nomura

    According to Japanese financial services major, demonetisation is disinflationary in the medium term, but more neutral in the near term.

  • India Aims To Be World's Most Open Economy: PM Narendra Modi

    India Aims To Be World's Most Open Economy: PM Narendra Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today invited Japanese investments, saying India has a huge and substantial need for finances and his government was pursuing reform policies to make the country the world's "most open" economy.

  • Expect Current Account Surplus Of $4 Billion After Nine Years: Nomura

    Expect Current Account Surplus Of $4 Billion After Nine Years: Nomura

    Japanese brokerage Nomura on Friday said the country is likely to post first quarterly current account surplus in nine years in the June quarter at $4 billion or 0.8 per cent of the GDP.

  • Japan Cabinet Approves $130 Billion In Fiscal Steps To Boost Growth

    Japan Cabinet Approves $130 Billion In Fiscal Steps To Boost Growth

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet approved 13.5 trillion yen ($132.04 billion) in fiscal measures on Tuesday as part of efforts to revive the flagging economy, with cash payouts to low-income earners and infrastructure spending.

  • Yen, Bond Yields Rise As Bank Of Japan Action Underwhelms

    Yen, Bond Yields Rise As Bank Of Japan Action Underwhelms

    The yen jumped on Friday and the biggest rise in Japanese government bond yields in years lifted sovereign borrowing costs around the world, after the Bank of Japan's latest measures to boost growth and inflation fell short of investor expectations.

  • 60% Probability Of GST Bill Passage In Current Session Of Parliament: Nomura

    60% Probability Of GST Bill Passage In Current Session Of Parliament: Nomura

    The constitutional amendment that allows for a Goods and Services Tax (GST), is more likely to be passed in this monsoon session of Parliament, says Japanese financial services major Nomura.

  • Shinzo Abe Says Japan To Compile $265 Billion Stimulus To Support Economy

    Shinzo Abe Says Japan To Compile $265 Billion Stimulus To Support Economy

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday his government would compile a stimulus package of more than $265 billion to reflate the flagging economy, media reported, though it is unclear how much will be spent to directly boost growth.

  • Finance Minister Promises Structural Reforms, Infra Spending To Boost Growth

    Finance Minister Promises Structural Reforms, Infra Spending To Boost Growth

    Wooing Japanese investors, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday promised more structural and market-oriented reforms as well as stepping up infrastructure spending to accelerate economic growth beyond the current 7.6 per cent.

  • Arun Jaitley Invites Pension Funds, Other Japanese Investors

    Arun Jaitley Invites Pension Funds, Other Japanese Investors

    Keen on investments from Japan to boost economic growth, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today met key ministers in the Japanese administration and wooed pension funds to partner in India's infrastructure development.

  • Ban On Large Diesel Vehicles A Transient Phase, Says Arun Jaitley

    Ban On Large Diesel Vehicles A Transient Phase, Says Arun Jaitley

    Playing down the ban on registration of large diesel vehicles in the national capital region,Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said it is a "transient phase" and Japanese auto giant Suzuki is unlikely to be impacted given the overall large market it has got in India.

  • Japanese Investors Keen On India Infra Growth Story: Arun Jaitley

    Japanese Investors Keen On India Infra Growth Story: Arun Jaitley

    Japanese conglomerate SoftBank and a number of investors here have shown keen interest in India's "infrastructure growth story", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday as he kicked off his 6-day visit to Japan aimed at attracting investments from Asia's second biggest economy.

  • G7 Finance Chiefs Debate Global Economy, Risks

    G7 Finance Chiefs Debate Global Economy, Risks

    Finance leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies gathered in the northeast Japanese city of Sendai for a two-day discussion on issues ranging from the global economy, its risks and an appropriate policy response.

  • Sucked into Deflation Again: Japan's $2 Cup Noodle Binge is the Sign of the Times

    Sucked into Deflation Again: Japan's $2 Cup Noodle Binge is the Sign of the Times

    Japanese consumers can't get enough of cup noodles, with spending on them surging by more than a quarter over the past year.

  • India's Current Account May Swing To Surplus In March Quarter: Nomura

    India's Current Account May Swing To Surplus In March Quarter: Nomura

    India's current account deficit is likely to swing to a surplus in the January-March period of this year amid lower oil and gold imports, says a report by Japanese financial services major Nomura.

  • Yen Posts Biggest Weekly Gain Since 2008

    Yen Posts Biggest Weekly Gain Since 2008

    The yen hit an 18-month high on Friday as investors bet the Bank of Japan might be done adding stimulus to the economy, while stocks in Europe and on Wall Street headed lower as earnings disappointed.

  • Yen Spikes To 18-Month Peak, Amazon Softens Apple Blow

    Yen Spikes To 18-Month Peak, Amazon Softens Apple Blow

    The yen surged to an 18-month peak on Friday as investors wagered the Bank of Japan might be done adding fresh stimulus to the economy, hurting prospects for Japanese exporters with a move that rippled through share markets across the Asian region.

  • Used Non-compliant Mileage Data For 25 Years: Mitsubishi Motors

    Used Non-compliant Mileage Data For 25 Years: Mitsubishi Motors

    Mitsubishi Motors Corp said it had used fuel economy testing methods that were not compliant with Japanese regulations for 25 years, much longer than previously known, and would set up an external committee to investigate the matter.

  • Japanese Manufacturing Activity Contracts at Fastest Pace in 3 Years: Survey

    Japanese Manufacturing Activity Contracts at Fastest Pace in 3 Years: Survey

    Japanese manufacturing activity contracted in April at the fastest in more than three years and output fell the most in two years, a preliminary survey showed, after earthquakes halted production in the southern manufacturing hub of Kumamoto.

  • States to Borrow More, Miss Fiscal Targets: Nomura

    States to Borrow More, Miss Fiscal Targets: Nomura

    A total of 16 large states are set to borrow more again this fiscal year despite higher allocations from the Centre, with the cumulative borrowing likely to reach Rs 3.5 lakh crore from Rs 2.95 lakh crore in 2015-16, according to a study by Japanese brokerage Nomura.

  • Wall Street Drops Amid Global Growth Worries

    Wall Street Drops Amid Global Growth Worries

    U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday as oil prices slid and worries about the global economy resurfaced, dragging down the dollar against the Japanese yen and causing investors to flee riskier assets.

  • RBI to Keep Rates on Hold Until 2016-End: Nomura

    RBI to Keep Rates on Hold Until 2016-End: Nomura

    The Reserve Bank of India is likely to hold the pause button until the end of this year, largely owing to inflationary pressures, Japanese brokerage Nomura said has in a report.

  • FIPB Clears 15 Proposals Worth Rs 7,262 Crore

    FIPB Clears 15 Proposals Worth Rs 7,262 Crore

    Japanese insurer Nippon Life Insurance, Tata AIA and Aviva Life were among the 15 companies whose foreign direct investment proposals totalling Rs 7,262 crore have been approved by the FIPB.

  • Europe Shares Track Asia Lower After BOJ, Focus Turns To Fed

    Europe Shares Track Asia Lower After BOJ, Focus Turns To Fed

    European shares fell on Tuesday, pulled lower by mirroring declines in Asia after the Bank of Japan painted a bleaker picture of the Japanese economy and helped push the yen higher, and as oil and metals prices dropped.

  • Japan Business Mood Sours in Jan-March as Economy Skirts Recession

    Japan Business Mood Sours in Jan-March as Economy Skirts Recession

    The data keeps pressure on policymakers to deploy additional fiscal and monetary stimulus measures to reflate an economy that is skirting another recession.

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