NIKKEI


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NIKKEINihon Keizai Shimbun (Japanese business newspaper)
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Chinese tourists frequently stock up on Japanese-grown herbs while visiting despite the herbs costing twice as much as back home, according to Nikkei.
The alliance will allow Sotheby's property listings to be translated and syndicated to a dedicated page on the Nikkei property listing site.
Nikkei quoted Foxconn chairman Terry Gou in the report, saying that the two US firms plan to "chip in funds," on the bid.
Loh Boon Chye said, We are pleased to be selected by Nikkei to develop the Asia300 indices, and look forward to further strengthening our partnership.
Chef Shigeki is one of the most notable culinary masters when it comes to Nikkei cuisine.
The banks are to offer a loan of JPY120bn for Nikkei Inc's USD1.
In addition to the business paper, Nikkei publishes an English-language magazine, and the Japanese-language edition of National Geographic and has extensive television holdings.
He reiterated that Pakistans true picture should be seen by the Japanese corporate sector through the powerful voice of corporations such as Nikkei.
Nikkei Dow RoE is one-third American equities RoE at a mere five per cent.
Given Nikkei's editorial reach, there are many areas where we can work with Nikkei correspondents to strengthen our coverage in various regions while also supporting the Nikkei Asian Review via Monocle's established distribution networks.
According to Nikkei, those are not the only questionable details from the mock-up.
Nikkei Baseball: Japanese American Players from Immigration and Internment to the Major Leagues.