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Stolen NEM Cryptocurrency Traded On Dark Web

Stolen NEM Cryptocurrency Traded On Dark Web

February 14, 2018 – A portion of some ¥58 billion worth of the cryptocurrency NEM stolen in January has been traded on so-called “dark” websites, where people can remain anonymous, and part of it has been sent to an overseas ...

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FSA Inspects Multiple Digital Currency Exchanges

FSA Inspects Multiple Digital Currency Exchanges

February 9, 2018 – Japan’s financial regulator has begun on-site inspections of multiple digital currency exchanges to check their risk management systems, following a massive theft of digital money worth ¥58 billion ($533 million) from Coincheck Inc., a minister said ...

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Nikkei Ends At Largest Loss Since 2016

Nikkei Ends At Largest Loss Since 2016

February 6, 2018 – Tokyo stocks tumbled earlier today in a global stock rout with the Nikkei index posting its biggest decline since June 2016, on panic selling after the steepest single-day points drop on Wall Street overnight. The 225-issue ...

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PM Stresses Maintaining Existing Paragraphs In Article 9

PM Stresses Maintaining Existing Paragraphs In Article 9

January 31, 2018 – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suggested during a House of Representatives Budget Committee meeting yesterday that his proposal to add a paragraph to Article 9 of the Constitution on the existence of Japan’s Self-Defense Forces while keeping ...

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Abe Calls For Pay Hike For 5th Year

Abe Calls For Pay Hike For 5th Year

October 27, 2017 – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last night called for pay hikes through negotiations between management and labor unions next spring, making such a request for the fifth straight year to inject fresh momentum into wage growth. “I ...

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Shinzo Abe Says Casino Resorts Would Create Jobs

Shinzo Abe Says Casino Resorts Would Create Jobs

December 8, 2016 – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe defended his party’s push to legalize casino gambling in Japan and his handling of plans to reform labor practices, responding to criticism from Democratic Party chief Renho in their first leaders’ debate ...

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Abe and Modi Ink Landmark Civil Nuclear Agreement

Abe and Modi Ink Landmark Civil Nuclear Agreement

November 11, 2016 – To boost bilateral economic and security ties, India and Japan today inked a landmark civil nuclear deal. The deal, which aims to facilitate US-based players to sup atomic plants in India, was signed after talks between ...

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