That’s what the world is, after all: an endless battle of contrasting memories.
— Haruki Murakami
  • 05 Mar
    Il costo della vita nel mondo

    E' stato pubblicato (come di consueto ogni due anni) dall'Economist Intelligence Unit, il cost of living index. Ovvero l'indice che indica la città più cara al mondo, prendendo in considerazione 131 metropoli e usando come riferimento i prezzi di oltre 400 prodotti venduti a New York.E cosa scopriamo???La città stato ...

  • Japan trade deficit, Norway output

    A 5.8 per cent year-on-year drop in exports drives Japan’s trade balance back into deficit after three months of surplus, while Norway’s output slows

  • NTV to buy video provider Hulu’s business in Japan for undisclosed amount

    Commercial broadcaster Nippon Television Network Corp. said Friday it will acquire online video service provider Hulu LLC’s business in Japan for an undisclosed amount. The transaction is expected to be completed in early spring, and NTV will provide the subscription video on demand service in Japan under the Hulu brand ...

  • Asean winning Japan investments

    TOKYO — More Japanese companies are choosing the Asean region over China as an investment destination as rising costs and concerns about the environment make Asia’s biggest economy less attractive, according to the Japan External Trade Organization.

  • Japan diversifies Cambodia investments

    PHNOM PENH - While more Japanese companies are flocking to Cambodia for investments in recent years, they are more diversified, ranging from restaurants to manufacturing industries and electronics.

  • Japan logs record trade deficit

    Tokyo — Japan posted a trade deficit of 2.79 trillion yen ($27.3 billion) in January, its largest ever monthly trade loss, amid growing fossil-fuel imports, the government said today.

  • Japan economy grows lackluster 1 pct in Oct-Dec

    Japan's economy expanded at a slower-than-expected 1 percent annualized rate in the last quarter of 2013, as consumer demand failed to offset weaker exports and public spending.

  • Japan economy grows annualized 1.0% in Oct.-Dec.

    The Japanese economy grew an annualized real 1.0 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013, marking a fourth straight quarterly expansion, the government said Monday. The growth in October-December inflation-adjusted gross domestic product corresponds to a 0.3 percent expansion from the previous quarter. But the growth rate was less than ...