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The International Atomic Energy Agency on Tuesday began its second review of the operations to discharge into the sea tritium-containing treated water from the meltdown-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan.時事通信社 による
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Candidates backed by the main opposition Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan are in the lead ahead of three by-elections for the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the country's parliament, on Sunday, Jiji Press has learned.時事通信社 による
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Japan's crude steel production in fiscal 2023 decreased 1.1pctfrom the previous year to 86.83 million tons, down for the second straight year and below 100 million tons for the fifth consecutive year, the Japan Iron and Steel Federation said Monday.時事通信社 による
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Japan's Finance Ministry lowered its economic assessments for three of the country's 11 regions Monday, reflecting a weaker rebound in production due to record inflation, the slowdown of the Chinese economy and the effects of a recent major earthquake in the country.時事通信社 による
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The Japanese aircraft industry's desire to develop and produce a new Air Self-Defense Force jet trainer entirely in the country has faded following a White House summit between Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and U.S. President Joe Biden earlier this month.時事通信社 による
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An 11-company consortium led by Mitsui Fudosan Co. will build a stadium as part of a 900-billion-yen project to redevelop the site of the former Tsukiji wholesale market in Tokyo's Chuo Ward, the metropolitan government said Friday.時事通信社 による
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Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party on Friday adopted a view that two proposals by a government expert panel to address the shrinking number of Imperial Family members are "reasonable," paving the way for talks on the matter between the ruling and opposition camps.時事通信社 による
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The Japanese government will take a coordinating role and issue instructions to local governments on responses when public health crises involving infectious diseases happen again, based on lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to its draft plans.時事通信社 による
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