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Taking up herewith Nikkei Top News dated 6 Feb., 2009 as one of aspect of Japanese Trend.

Taking up herewith Nikkei Top News dated 6 Feb., 2009 as one of aspect of Japanese Trend.
Friday, February 6, 2009 5:31 a.m. (JST)

Asahi Breweries Looking To Take Stake In S Korea's No. 2 Brewer

TOKYO (Nikkei)--Asahi Breweries Ltd. and South Korea's Lotte group are discussing a joint acquisition of Oriental Brewery Co. for an estimated 100-150 billion yen, The Nikkei learned Thursday.

Honda Rolls Out Insight, Revs Up Hybrid Car Race With Toyota

TOKYO (Nikkei)--Honda Motor Co. is mounting a challenge to Toyota Motor Corp.'s dominance of the hybrid car market by releasing the Insight in Japan on Friday.

ANA Plans Salary Cut For All Employees

TOKYO (Nikkei)--All Nippon Airways Co. has decided to reduce the wages of all 30,000 of its personnel, including employees at group firms, by an average of 10% from April, The Nikkei has learned.

JAL Likely To Post Y26bn Group Pretax Loss For April-Dec

TOKYO (Nikkei)--Japan Airlines Corp., appears to have incurred a roughly 26 billion yen group pretax loss for the April-December period due to a steep decline in business travel amid the global economic downturn, The Nikkei learned Thursday.

OPINION: Aso's Turn As Anti-Reformist Subverts Public Will

TOKYO (Nikkei)--By signaling a shift away from major reforms of Japan's postal operations, Prime Minister Taro Aso may be seeking to shore up support for the upcoming general election, but he risks losing voters on the very issue that produced a two-thirds lower house majority for the ruling coalition.

Nissan May Seek Y50bn From Govt Aid Program

TOKYO (Nikkei)--Nissan Motor Co., revealed Thursday that it is considering applying for government assistance, which would likely take the form of around 50 billion yen in low-interest funds raised from the state-backed Development Bank of Japan.

Zegna Flagship Store In Tokyo Goes For All-Around Luxury

TOKYO (Nikkei)--The Italian fashion house opened a huge store in Tokyo with the aim of boosting its local presence by offering a wide lineup of luxury menswear and accessories designed to wow everyone from Joe Casual to snazzy clotheshorses.

Tokyo Hotels Dress Up To Lure Guests From High-End Rivals

TOKYO (Nikkei)--The ANA InterContinental Tokyo and Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu are giving their rooms a makeover in the hope of attracting wealthy customers who used to stay at more upscale accommodations when the economy was better.

Foreign Firms In China Accused Of Illegal Labor Practices

SHANGHAI (Nikkei)--Amid the global downturn, a growing number of foreign companies operating in China are being accused of illegal employment practices, among them absconding from the country without settling back wages.
By T.S. on 6 Feb., 2009

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