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Jun 28 Toyota to work on weekends (Japan Times)
 Toyota Motor Corp. will resume weekend production in July to meet strong demand for the remodeled Prius hybrid car, company officials said Saturday. Toyota resumed overtime work in June but has decided it needs to operate its Prius plant in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, on July 11 to catch up with brisk demand for the gasoline-electric car, the officials said. Toyota canceled weekend work hours last December.
Jun 27 Nissan will unveil electric car prototype in August (ibtimes.com)
 Nissan Motor Co. will unveil its new electric car on August 2 in Japan but just as a prototype, according to British site AutoCar. The real car - touted as a medium size five door powered with lithium-ion batteries - will make its debut until October, at the Tokyo motor show. On August 2, Nissan will also open its headquarters in Yokohama, Japan.
Jun 27 Japan firms set to win $10bln Iraq oil deal (Reuters)
 A group of Japanese companies led by refiner Nippon Oil Corp (5001.T) is in the final stage of talks to win a $10 billion development contract for Iraq's huge Nassiriya oilfield, a Japanese newspaper reported on Friday, the biggest foreign oil deal since the fall of Saddam.
Jun 27 Sumitomo Trust about to ink Nikko Asset deal (Japan Times)
 Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co. is making final arrangements to buy Nikko Asset Management Co., a local unit of U.S. financial giant Citigroup Inc., for over 100 billion yen after obtaining preferential rights for the acquisition, sources said Friday.
Jun 27 Sato's call to freeze Japan Post IPOs challenges privatization (Japan Times)
 Internal affairs minister Tsutomu Sato urged Japan Post Holdings Co. on Friday to freeze its initial public offerings of shares in itself and two of its subsidiaries planned for fiscal 2010.
Jun 27 Japanese firms set to win Iraqi oil rights (Yomiuri)
 Japanese companies including Nippon Oil Corp. have entered the final stage of negotiations on obtaining rights to develop part of the Nassiriyah oil field in southern Iraq, it has been learned.
Jun 27 New Toyota president makes back-to-basics call (Yomiuri)
 Toyota Motor Corp.'s new president, Akio Toyoda, mentioned several problems plaguing the company at his first press conference Thursday as president, saying, 'Our business operations have come to exceed our ability, making it impossible for us to bring our strengths into full play.'
Jun 26 Feeling blue? Japan's got a beer for that (inventorspot.com)
 One beer two beer red beer blue beer! Japan's Abashiri Brewery is well on their way to offering us the united colors of beer, though nobody seems to have requested this of them. Regardless, Okhotsk Blue (also known as Ryuho Draft) joins Abashiri's rainbow-hued beer lineup along with Hamanasu Red draft and Shiretoko Green draft.
Jun 26 Sony: Lost in transformation (CNN)
 These days Howard Stringer makes his home in a hotel suite in an affluent Tokyo neighborhood not far from Sony headquarters. It's a comfortable but far from palatial space consisting of a bedroom, bathroom, and decent-size living-dining area with a small desk that he has outfitted with a PC and fax machine. Among the few personal touches are photos of his family -- his wife, Jennifer, and two children live in the country outside London -- some books he is reading, and an intricate Spider-Man sculpture made of chocolate that the staff of the hotel gave him on his 67th birthday in February.
Jun 26 Citibank Japan ordered to improve anti-money laundering measures (AP)
 The Financial Services Agency is planning to order Citibank Japan Ltd. to improve business practices regarding measures against money laundering, sources close to the matter said Friday. Citibank's system to monitor deals with police-designated crime syndicates and other antisocial organizations might have failed to cover some groups, they said.
Jun 25 Pepsi to sell snacks in Japan (The Street)
 PepsiCo will make and sell products such as potato chips and vegetable snacks in Japan under an alliance with the country's largest snack company. Under the agreement, Pepsi will contribute its Frito-Lay Japan business plus an undisclosed amount of cash to Calbee Foods, while Calbee will issue new stock to Pepsi. The U.S. food and beverage giant will own 20% of the expanded company and have a seat on Calbee's board.
Jun 25 Whale watching in Japan more profitable than whaling (AP)
 The whale and dolphin watching industry in Japan is growing annually by around 6.4 percent and last year generated nearly $23 million in revenues, according to a new report by the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Environmentalists publicized the data on Wednesday in an attempt to show whaling nations the benefits of focusing on conservation rather than hunting.
Jun 25 Japanese LNG buyers allow talks to continue over Indonesian gas (pennenergy.com)
 Japanese companies aiming to purchase supplies from Indonesia's Donggi-Senoro LNG plant in Central Sulawesi have extended the deadline for the consortium of companies developing the plant to negotiate prices and availability with the government.
Jun 25 May arrivals decline 34% amid flu, recession (Japan Times)
 The number of foreign visitors to Japan fell 34.0 percent in May from a year earlier to 486,100, declining for the 10th straight month, amid the influenza pandemic and global recession. The number of Japanese traveling abroad also decreased because of the new flu, down 18.6 percent to 1.03 million.
Jun 25 Japan Post may pick chair from outside (Yomiuri)
 Japan Post Holdings Co. will study the possibility of inviting a person from outside the company to assume the new post of chairman, the Japan Post Holdings president told the communications minister Wednesday. Japan Post Holdings President Yoshifumi Nishikawa submitted a corporate improvement plan to Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Tsutomu Sato concerning the attempted sale of the Kampo no Yado inns chain.
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By J.S. on Jun 30, 2009
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