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Japan plans unilateral resume to Antarctic whaling in 2015

Japanese Whaling

TOKYO: Japan says it plans to resume whale hunts in the Antarctic later in 2015 even though the International Whaling Commission says Tokyo has not proven the mammals need to be killed for research. The IWC’s scientific committee said in a report on Friday it was not able to determine whether lethal sampling was necessary for whale stock management and ... Read More »

Japan plans unilateral resume to Antarctic whaling in 2015

Japanese Whaling

TOKYO: Japan says it plans to resume whale hunts in the Antarctic later in 2015 even though the International Whaling Commission says Tokyo has not proven the mammals need to be killed for research. The IWC’s scientific committee said in a report on Friday it was not able to determine whether lethal sampling was necessary for whale stock management and ... Read More »

Japan’s ban on increased chartered flights from Thailand hits tourism business

Chartered flight

BANGKOK: Japan’s banning of increased chartered flights from Thailand has not only affected Thai tourists but also Japanese tourists planning to visit the country during the Songkran festival. Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) secretary general Charoen Wangananond said the ban has already affected Thai tourists booking package tours to Japan because they won’t be able to fly on schedules. ... Read More »

Japan plans to issue less then 38tr yen in new bonds

Japan's Prime Minister and the leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, Shinzo Abe, attends a news conference following a victory in the lower house elections by his ruling coalition in Tokyo

TOKYO: Japan plans to issue below 38 trillion yen ($317.9 billion) in new bonds in the next financial year early April, cutting new issuances by more than 3 trillion yen from the 41.3-trillion yen worth of debt it issued this fiscal year, two government sources with knowledge of the matter said. The cut in debt would be made possible by ... Read More »