TOKYO, Feb 9- Japan accepted just 28 refugees last year while a record number applied for asylum, a government document dated for release on Friday showed, throwing a spotlight on the nation's reluctance to accept foreigners. In 2016, 10,901 people sought asylum in Japan, up 44 percent from a year earlier, when the country accepted 27 refugees.
Girija Pande, executive chairman at Apex Avalon Consulting, says Indian IT companies will be affected by immigration policy changes in the U.S.
The factory is not new — it has been in the works for several years, Krzanich said.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announcing there will be no decision on President Trump's immigration order today.
The investment would be in a previous plant, Fab 42, that was started and then left vacant.
"Frankly we don't think it makes the country safer, I think it makes us less safe," said Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow.
Walter Mossberg, The Verge, and Megan Quinn, Spark Capital, discuss the pushback from Silicon Valley on President Donald Trump's immigration ban.
Discussing the effects of President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration with Amb. Ted Kattouf, AMIDEAST president and former U.S. ambassador to Syria, Kuwait & United Arab Emirates, and Aneesh Chopra, former U.S. chief technology officer.
Trump insists that the United States is "at risk" after the suspension of his divisive executive order on immigration.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the ongoing legal battles over President Trump's immigration ban.
Gray Davis hits back at Donald Trump, saying he should want the state to do well since it benefits the rest of the country.
A survey by the Chatham House Royal Institute of International Affairs reveals high public opposition to Muslim immigration.
"We want to get on their social media with passwords: What do you do, what do you say?" Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) weighs in on President Donald Trump's immigration ban and restructuring financial regulations, including targeting the CFPB plan.
It's probably the summertime, early summer, says Sen. Rob Portman, (R-Ohio) laying out the timeline for getting a pro-growth tax reform bill passed on Capitol Hill.
Steve Forbes, Forbes chairman, says President Donald Trump has to "deliver the big stuff" and grow the economy or his presidency will be seen as a failure.
They are already bringing unnecessary division on the tax side, says Steve Forbes, Forbes chairman, providing his thoughts on the Republican agenda.
Steve Forbes, Forbes chairman explains why he doesn't think President Donald Trump should push for a border tax which Forbes calls "insane" and could cost $1 trillion.
STOCKHOLM, Feb 8- Economic inequality has grown faster in Sweden than any other developed country in recent decades as top earners have cashed in on rising asset prices while immigrants and the unemployed have been left behind, the OECD said on Wednesday. It said, however, that the gap between top and bottom earners remains tighter in Sweden than most countries.
We are on a mission and we are going to get this country back on track, says Rep. Todd Rokita, (R-Ind.), discussing delays in Congress and pushback from tech executives on President Donald Trump's immigration order.