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Japan economy shrinks at record 15.2 percent pace

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JAPANESE TREND / Japanese Society (51) / Japanese Society (53)

Taking up herewith Japanese National Trend News.
To our regret, "Japan's swine flu epidemic spreads to Tokyo".
Soonest cooloing down is to be expected for all Japanese.
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Japan's swine flu epidemic spreads to Tokyo
May 20, 2009 by AFP

Japan's swine flu epidemic spread to the capital Tokyo as a 16-year-old high school girl there tested positive for the virus on Wednesday with the country's confirmed cases topping 250, officials said. The girl, who lives in the western suburb of Hachioji, returned home from an eight-day trip to the US city of New York with her schoolmates on Tuesday and was cleared by a test at Tokyo's Narita airport, officials said. (AFP)



Release of sex crime info to lay judges sparks fury
May 21, 2009 by Yomiuri

Women's rights groups are furious that the names of sex crime victims and details of assaults on them could be released during the selection process for lay judges under the new criminal trial system that starts Thursday. (Yomiuri)

Online trade in Tamiflu flourishes in gray zone
May 21, 2009 by Japan Times

As H1N1 swine flu continues to spread throughout the country, a controversy has erupted over what import agencies claim is legal online trading of Tamiflu, one of the best-known medicines for treating flu viruses. Only Tamiflu produced in Japan can be sold here, and getting it requires a prescription. (Japan Times)

Japan economy shrinks at record 15.2 percent pace
May 20, 2009 by AP
 
Japan's economy contracted by a 15.2 percent annual pace in the first quarter - its sharpest drop on record - as exports plunged, companies slashed production and families cut back on spending, the government said Wednesday. (AP)



Japan govt agency apologises for quake report error
May 20, 2009 by Reuters
 
A Japanese agency apologised on Wednesday for issuing an erroneous alert for a magnitude 7.6 earthquake, saying the alert for southern Japan had been issued as part of a drill. (Reuters)





More foreign trainees, interns face dismissal
May 20, 2009 by Asahi

Once in high demand among small-business owners as an inexpensive labor force, foreign trainees and technical interns are feeling the chill amid the current economic downturn. They increasingly face risks of dismissal midway through a three-year program ostensibly aimed at training workers from developing countries. (Asahi)
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