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Scores of municipalities struggling to aid foreign students with few or no Japanese language skills: survey
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Numerous local governments nationwide are struggling to help foreign students who are enrolled in pu ...Read more
In terms of zoos per capita, Japan is No. 1 in the world, despite the fact that attendance has been ...Read more
Japanese multimillionaires are the object of intense study by members of the country's middle c ...Read more
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told African leaders Saturday his country will commit $30 billion in publi ...Read more
A new Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. passenger jet that left for test flights in the United States was fo ...Read more
A rampant New Zealand inflicted further pain on Australia with a 29-9 victory to claim the Bledisloe ...Read more
Japan should play a "constructive" role at the upcoming G20 summit in the Chinese city of ...Read more
The Government Pension Investment Fund, the world's largest pension fund, suffered investment l ...Read more
Police have referred to prosecutors a case on four police officers alleged to have secretly installe ...Read more
The governor of Kagoshima has requested that Kyushu Electric Power Co immediately suspend operation ...Read more
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...
In December 2015, a meeting was held to introduce the first financing from Japan to Iceland since 2008. JBIC, NEXI, Bank of Yokohama, Commerzbank, Citibank Japan financed a 90...