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The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China has released the results of a survey targeting Japanese companies operating in China, revealing that over half of them report worsening sales trends.

The Corporate Goods Price Index (CGPI) for April, which indicates the price level of goods traded between companies, rose by 0.9% compared to last year, marking the fifth consecutive month of record highs.

The Bank of Japan (BOJ) announced on May 13 that it will reduce the amount of its bond purchases, causing long-term yields to rise to their highest level in six months.

Osaka Customs announced on May 13 that it will sell approximately 100 kilograms of gold, confiscated in smuggling cases, through a public auction.

In Yumeshima, where construction work for the Osaka-Kansai Expo is ongoing, the first mobile unmanned trailer convenience store opened on Monday, marking a first for convenience stores.

The role of a product manager in global commerce is crucial, especially in the IT sector. Omer’s career follows his journey as a transformative leader in technology management, from his origins in Japan all the way to his thriving career in the US.

TBS Television has announced a strategic partnership with Bloomberg Media, an American company renowned for broadcasting financial and economic information worldwide. Together, they plan to launch a new news service that will feature original articles and video content from both entities.

Japan is not the only country facing a weakening currency. In a situation that could be described as "dollar dominance," countries in Asia that have previously experienced currency crises are also embarking on currency defense measures. We explore what lies ahead in the face of currency devaluation.