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30Thu 2015

Japanese technology at full speed

This should be news to no one: Japan is always at the cutting edge of technology. In yet another evidence of that, the new Japanese shinkanzen (bullet train) – called “Maglev” for “Magnetic” and “Levitation” as it is propeled by electromagnetic

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22Wed 2015

Japanese technology at full speed with “MagLev”

As further evidence that Japan is at the cutting edge of technology, a Japanese train has just beaten the world speed record at more than 600 km/h. The train, named “Maglev” for “Magnetic Levitation”, should go in operation in 2027, connecting Tokyo

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12Fri 2014

IMF says “Japan needs more immigrants”

Japanese PM Mr. Abe has made it clear: his government seeks to boost women’s  inclusion into the work force.
The IMF praises him but adds that “The global economy is not making use of great potential that is available.” Mrs Lagarde,

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7Tue 2013

Campaign launched by Japanese gov.

The Japanese government launches campaign to promote studying in Japan.
 
Aware of a declining demography and simply willing to maintain standards, the Japanese government has launched a campaign to promote studying in Japan. The aim is to double the number of