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A Japanese foreign ministry spokesman on Sunday welcomed tougher U.N. sanctions on North Korea over its missile tests.
China's foreign minister said on Sunday that dialogue was vital to resolve "critical" tensions over North Korea's weapons program.
David Stubbs, global markets strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, discusses investing in Japan.
Japan Prime Minister Abe is trying to boost his popularity, but reshuffling his cabinet is unlikely to help, says Jeff Kingston of Temple University Japan.
Toyota and Mazda are forming a partnership to build a new $1.6 billion assembly plant in the U.S.
Morgan Stanley Chief Cross-Asset Strategist Andrew Sheets discusses investing in Japan.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reappointed key economic ministers but replaced his defense and foreign ministers in a sweeping reshuffle.
The U.S. has ordered a ban on travel by U.S. passport holders to North Korea and advised all nationals to leave by Sept. 1.
PM Shinzo Abe will need to address Japan's aging population as the country still lacks structural reform, says Naoyuki Yoshino of the Asian Development Bank Institute.
Japan is a preferred pick as corporate earnings are growing the fastest relative to other global markets, says Mikio Kumada, LGT Capital Partners.
The cabinet reshuffle is an important move for Japanese PM Shinzo Abe as he doesn't have many options, says Tobias Harris of Teneo Intelligence.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe is facing a severe political scandal and it's not clear if he can survive the rest of his term, raising questions over the future of Abenomics.
Genki Oda of BITPoint Japan says bitcoin might be thought of as an investment, but his company is educating users on the cryptocurrency's use in payments.
North Korea's latest ICBM test-firing may not have been as successful as first thought, a missile expert declared Monday.
As Japanese PM Shinzo Abe battles an acute crisis of confidence, questions over his future and his namesake economic program loom large.
Marina Petroleka, head of industry research at BMI Research, is positive about Japan's demographic profile and pharmaceuticals industry.
North Korea's insistence on its own nuclear arsenal could lie in the NATO-backed toppling of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
The Japanese data followed a 3.6 percent decline in May, data from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed.
Foreign policy experts explain why the U.S can't count on Beijing to rein in North Korea.
Gold prices rose to its highest level since early June on weaker than expected U.S. inflation.