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Rodrigo Duterte and Shinzo Abe agree to in Tokyo to ensure maritime security amid concerns over the ...Read more
Tokyo’s Ginza district will see its newest and biggest commercial complex open next April as it seek ...Read more
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte assured Japanese business leaders Wednesday that his country’s ...Read more
The Liberal Democratic Party changes its rules to extend the maximum tenure of its president, Shinzo ...Read more
A panel mulls including a quota system in a two-year parental leave plan that would require paternit ...Read more
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sought to assure Japan on Wednesday that his high-profile visit ...Read more
Canon on Wednesday slashed its annual profit forecast, as it warned that a slowdown in emerging econ ...Read more
China says there should be a statue in Tokyo that symbolizes women forced to work in wartime brothel ...Read more
Women members of parliament (MPs) in all regions face sexism, harassment and violence from male lawm ...Read more
The newest issue of Eurobiz magazine features an interview with Ambassador Hannes Heimisson. The Ambassador touches on important bilateral issues, such as geothermal development, United Nations University programs located...
The Iceland Chamber of Commerce has recently released its expanded and updated report on the Icelandic Economy. The report offers valuable insight into the state of the Icelandic economy,...
The Joint Nordic Business Luncheon with SAS President and CEO Rickard Gustafson, was held today at the Hotel Okura. Mr. Gustafson spoke of the challenges faced by SAS in...
ISCCJ corporate member Össur’s CEO and President, Mr. Jon Sigurdsson visited Japan last week. Mr. Sigurdsson met with ISCCJ Chairman Bolli Thoroddsen and Secretary General Halldor Elis Olafsson at...
The ISCCJ welcomes the newly adopted resolution by the Icelandic Parliament, from 1 March 2016, to request the Icelandic Government to formally initiate discussions on a free trade agreement...