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ANA Holdings Inc has decided on a plan to reduce the number of group employees by some 3,500 by fiscal 2022 in an effort to survive the coronavirus crisis, informed sources said Sunday, says Japan Times.
TOKYO -- The proportion of COVID-19 patients with severe symptoms who died after being hospitalized during the
Japan's government is considering compiling an extra budget worth around $95.5 billion to offset the economic drag caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Mainichi newspaper reported on Saturday.
Japan's capital saw 203 more novel coronavirus infections on Oct. 24, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced.
Tokyo opened its new 15,000-seat swimming venue for the Olympics, and Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said all new venues for the Tokyo Games have been completed.
Japan's government upgraded its view on consumption in a monthly report in October on stronger demand for electronics and higher travel spending, but cautioned broader economic conditions remained severe due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Japan COVID 19 diagnostics market will see the considerable decline of 14 7 during the forecast period Japan has a significant share in the global COVID 19 diagnostics market owing to the growing diagnostic tests in the country coupled with
This was going to be a big year for Japan. With the Summer Olympics due to be hosted in Tokyo, the island nation expected 40 million tourists to grace its shores. But when Covid-19 took hold, the Olympics were postponed and the already struggling economy took a further battering.
Face masks are still shown to be the most effective means of slowing the spread of the virus, and medical bodies worldwide recommend wearing them and maintaining social distancing measures.
Japan's core consumer prices slipped for the second consecutive month in September, a sign that a coronavirus-induced demand downturn is piling deflationary pressure on the world's third-largest economy already blighted by recession.