Mitsubishi Motors to sell partner Renault cars in Europe
Mitsubishi Motors, which had been frozen in launching new models in Europe due to sluggish business performance, will receive a car from its partner Renault in France and sell it locally. It is expected that hybrid vehicles will be sold in response to the rapid progress of electrification.
EU Double semiconductor production by 2030 Announcement of digital goals
The EU-European Union has announced goals for the digital sector by 2030, with pillars such as doubling semiconductor production in the region. The United States has just set a policy of reviewing its procurement network for semiconductors, etc. with China in mind, and has launched a series of strategies to curb overseas dependence on advanced technologies.
State where Rakuten Mobile user contact information can be seen Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications provides administrative guidance
The mobile phone company Rakuten Mobile has been in a state where others can see the list of user's contact information and the history of outgoing and incoming calls on its own calling application, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications seeks administrative guidance to prevent recurrence. The we.
Yen exchange rate Small price movement
On the 10th, the Tokyo foreign exchange market and the yen exchange rate moved slightly.
To increase space for wheelchairs for Shinkansen trains introduced by JR companies in the new fiscal year
To strengthen barrier-free measures for the Shinkansen, JR companies have decided to increase the number of wheelchair spaces for Shinkansen trains that will be newly introduced in the new fiscal year.
Regular gasoline price 1 liter 146.1 yen Highest level for the first time in a year
The national average retail price of regular gasoline this week was 146.1 yen per liter, the 15th consecutive week of increase. Crude oil prices have risen due to expectations for a recovery in the global economy due to the spread of vaccines, and this is the highest level in a year.
Eiichi Shibusawa First President Mimura of "Nissho" Visited the birthplace of Shibusawa
Mr. Mimura of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, who also serves as the chairman of the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry, where Shibusawa was the first chairman visited.
Selling price of imported wheat to increase 5.5% from April
The government has decided to raise the price of imported wheat to milling companies by 5.5% from April in response to rising international transaction prices. However, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries estimates that the impact of this price increase on food will be 0.7 yen per loaf of bread, and the impact is limited.
Stock price rises slightly
The stock price on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on the 10th rose slightly.
Yen exchange rate Small price movement
On the 10th, the Tokyo foreign exchange market and the yen exchange rate have been modest.
Stock price small price movement
Stock prices on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on the 10th have been modest.
College students scheduled to graduate next spring Employment offer rate The highest ever varies by industry
Regarding job hunting activities for university students who will graduate next spring, a company information session began on the 1st of this month, but there is a movement to accelerate recruitment activities, and 17.6% of students have received a job offer as of the 1st. The survey that it was the highest ever was completed. However, the reality is that there is a large variation depending on the type of industry due to the influence of the new coronavirus.
10 years since the Fukushima nuclear accident Damage to rumors such as agricultural and marine products continues
It has been 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake and the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station of Tokyo Electric Power Company in 11 days, but the damage caused by rumors about foods produced in Fukushima Prefecture is still continuing.
10 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake Fukushima's agricultural output and landing amount are lower than before the earthquake
It has been 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake in 11 days. Although the restoration of agricultural land and fishing ports has progressed in the affected areas, the amount of agricultural output and landings in Fukushima Prefecture is below the pre-earthquake level.
Taiwanese pineapples A way for Japan due to China's suspension of imports
Following China's suspension of imports of Taiwanese pineapples, Taiwanese traders are appealing to find a way to export to Japan.