NIKKEI


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NIKKEINihon Keizai Shimbun (Japanese business newspaper)
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Nikkei's overseas network spreads around the world with 37 bases with over 240 staff.
On the official website of Nikkei Asia (https://asia.nikkei.com), they wrote: "The name Cinemalaya is a portmanteau of Filipino words reflecting the founders' belief that 'cinema, cine, could enliven consciousness, malay, by telling stories in a free and independent manner, malaya.' The organization has striven to shed a new light on the country's film industry, which had been viewed as dead following a huge decline in production."
'Unang-una ito ay imbitasyon ng Nikkei. Sila ang sasagot ng gastos [ng Presidente].
The Taoyuan unit will also be tasked with developing local sales channels, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
Lorenzana, who also founded Single Origin, has not only grown Nikkei to three branches (Rada, One Rockwell and The Podium), but is planning to open a fourth with an even more modern concept.
Kitaoka also mentioned that after Japan gave material support to Nikkei people interned during WWII, Nikkei people returned the favor after Japan lost the war by donating powdered milk, clothing and other items as Licensed Agencies for Relief in Asia (LARA) assistance.
Sotheby's is the first brokerage to present property listings outside of Japan to readers of the Nikkei, giving Japanese consumers access to residential real estate offerings in nearly 70 countries and territories.
Nikkei quoted Foxconn chairman Terry Gou in the report, saying that the two US firms plan to "chip in funds," on the bid.
The banks are to offer a loan of JPY120bn for Nikkei Inc's USD1.3bn acquisition of Britain-based Financial Times.
Then Pearson announced that Nikkei had paid a premium and would win the financial title.
ISLAMABAD -- The Pakistan ambassador to Japan has called on the President of Nikkei Inc., a leading global group of companies including publishing and a household name in the world of finance.
Matein Khalid is a true believer in the secular bull case for the Nikkei Dow, but won't buy yet