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Manufacturers tailoring goods for emerging economies
Apr 14, 2009 by Yoimiuri Sinnbun
Taro Koyano and Naotake Katori / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writers

Major Japanese automakers and manufacturers are increasingly making products tailor-made for the needs--and budgets--of consumers in developing nations as they seek to harness rapidly growing markets that could hold the key to fending off rivals. ...Full story>>

Flat-screen TV sales show signs of recovery
Apr 12, 2009 by Yoimiuri Sinnbun

Sales of flat-screen TVs rose 17 percent in March from a year earlier as consumers snapped up cheaper sets ahead of switch to terrestrial digital broadcasting in 2011, research company BCN Inc. said last week.
The growth, which suggests the flat-screen TV market might be getting back on its feet, was the biggest since a 22 percent year-on-year increase in August. ...Full story>>

Dealers feel pain after car bubble bursts in Russia
Apr 9, 2009 by Yoimiuri Sinnbun
Takamichi Asakawa / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writer

The following is the second and last installment of a series on the used car business, involving dealers along the coast of the Sea of Japan and in the Russian Far East.
More than 2,000 used cars filled the 71,000-square-meter auction site of JU Aichi, Aichi Prefecture's used car dealers association, in Tobishimamura, Aichi Prefecture. ...Full story>>

Will Nano jump-start cheap car market?
Apr 8, 2009 by Yoimiuri Sinnbun
Izuru Jitsumori / Yomiuri Shimbun Correspondent

MUMBAI--The wait is almost over. Tata Motors Ltd. will begin accepting orders for the world's cheapest car Thursday.
The massive interest surrounding the launch of the Nano has the potential to shake the moribund global automobile market out of its slumber and, if successful, could ignite the battle to sell bargain-basement cars in the world's emerging markets....Full story>>

BOJ, 3 central banks sign currency swap with Fed
Apr 7, 2009 by Yoimiuri Sinnbun

The Bank of Japan and three central banks in Europe signed a currency exchange deal with the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, the banks announced Monday. ...Full story>>

Little GIANTS of business / Tiny medical instrument firm a global competitor
Apr 6, 2009 by Yoimiuri Sinnbun

(An employee of Mani, Inc. closely examines a finished medical product at the company's plant in Utsunomiya.)

This new biweekly series will highlight small and midsize companies in provincial areas that give strength and vitality to local communities.
Mani, Inc., a medical instrument and machinery manufacturer based in Utsunomiya, holds its meetings in February and August, when Chairman Kanji Matsutani and other officials scrutinize the company's products to see whether they rank among the best in the world. ...Full story>>
By J.S. in Apr., 2009



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