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Tokyo Governor Naoki Inose said he intends to convincingly tell the world that Japan's capital - this is the best city for the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020. Inose made ​​this statement early Wednesday morning, upon arrival at the airport in St. Petersburg. During his stay in this city Inose will visit the place there athletic conference with members of the International Olympic Committee. Source: NHK
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The research team of the Government of Japan declares that sufficient supplies of food and water should be stored in areas that may be affected by a strong earthquake off the Pacific coast of the country.

The researchers presented on Tuesday a final report on the preparatory measures for a powerful earthquake in the Nankai fault, which is located at a depth of 900 kilometers and stretches from the central to the western part of Japan.< ... Read more »
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On the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Tuesday afternoon stock prices increased significantly due to the fact that investors are buying shares of exporting companies.

The Nikkei was at the end of the day 14,311 points, with 169 more than the previous day.

Finance Minister Taro Aso said he did not want to adjust the high-frequency trading.

Aso told reporters Tuesday that the cause large swings in stock prices in Tokyo, which started from last we ... Read more »
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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh urges more Japanese companies to invest heavily in the railway and other projects in his country.

Singh spoke at a business luncheon organized by the Japan Business Federation, or Keidanren, and the other in Tokyo. Singh is on a four-day visit to Japan.

He told the representatives of the business elite that infrastructure development is vital for the development of India. He would like to get investment for freight railway, which will connect the capital, Delhi, with the western port city of Mumbai.
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Net foreign assets in Japan reached a record level in 2012. This value is calculated by estimating the overseas assets by Japanese companies, governments and individual investors minus foreign investment in Japan.

Representatives of the Ministry of Finance reported that by the end of last year, the net foreign assets exceeded 296 trillion yen, or $ 2 trillion 900 billion. This is 11.6 percent higher than a year earlier.

The level of net foreign assets in Japan is the world's highest 22 consecutive years and is almost twice the assets of China, which is on this indicator in second place. ... Read more »
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Japanese electronics manufacturers producing for the upcoming season of shopping on the occasion of receiving summer bonuses TV format 4K low price category, which transmit the image is four times sharper conventional devices with high resolution.

Toshiba has announced that it will put up for sale 4K video format low price category at the end of June. The model with a diagonal of 58 inches will cost about 4900 dollars, and 65-inch TV will cost about 7300 dollars.

Other Japanese manufacturers, Sony and Sharp, also promised to release video format 4K low price point in June or later. ... Read more »
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Four nuclear power plant operators have expressed their intention to apply for resumption of the reactors after the introduction of the government in July of new safety rules.

This became known after our corporation on Monday interviewed staff 10 power companies across the country.

In all these uses nuclear reactors cooling water under pressure, which differ from the type of reactor in a boiling water nuclear power plant accident, "Fukushima Dai-ichi."

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Local authorities have revised the last border exclusion zone near the nuclear power plant emergency, "Fukushima Dai-ichi", giving the former residents access to certain parts of their residence in the town of Futaba.

All the inhabitants of this city had to be evacuated as a result of the accident at the nuclear power plant "Fukushima Dai-ichi" after the earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

On Monday, authorities Futaba divided the city into two parts, depending on the levels of radiation. Much of the city remains a zone prohibited to stay. However, for the first time after a disaster form ... Read more »
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Tokyo government soon will help Taiwan to improve the water supply system. Officials hope that this will be the first step to selling water technologies island.

Authorities Tokyo signed an agreement with the Taiwanese organization that deals with issues of water supply.

Under the agreement, Tokyo is taken to train professionals from Taiwan.

Japanese staff will assist in the implementation of projects related to water supply.
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Japanese Government advisers recommend to postpone distribution of booklets for young women, which tells about the pregnancy and the birth of the child.

The government intends to proceed with the distribution of booklets in April 2014. Advisers suggested that the lack of knowledge about childbirth is one of the factors reducing the birth rate in Japan.

However, some critics say that the birth of children - a purely personal matter, which does not need to interfere with the authorities.

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