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Japan-China container traffic drops

Exports from Japan to China plunged 13% to 850,474 tonnes in November 2019, registering a year-on-year contraction for the ninth consecutive month, according to...

Japan-South Korea container trade shrinks

It is estimated that container trade between Japan and South Korea contracted in 2019 compared to the previous year, suffering the first year-on-year decline...

Russia and Japan test rail transport potential

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) of Japan will cooperate with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and Russian...

Japan’s container exports to increase in FY2020

Nittsu Research Institute and Consulting, Inc. (NRIC) on Dec. 24 unveiled its economic and cargo transport projections for fiscal years 2019 and 2020. The...

Box volumes from Japan to China plunge

Containerized shipments exported from Japan to China plunged 14.2% to 745,371 tons in September, suffering a year-on-year contraction for the seventh consecutive month and...

EU safeguard measures with Asian countries

End November, a provisional agreement on a proposal to include safeguard measures in trade agreements was reached by the EU Presidency and European Parliament...

EU’s trade agreement with Asian countries

If approved by the European Parliament, the EU – Singapore Free Trade Agreement, the EU – Vietnam Trade and Investment Agreement, and the EU...

Japan: Imports jump, trade deficit grows

Japan’s trade flows started the fourth quarter on a down note as imports rose nearly 20 per cent from a year ago, easily outpacing...

Typhoon no.24 hit Japan

(Updated at 11:00, 2018 Oct 1st) The typhoon no.24 (Trami) passed through Japan, and there are some operational impacts from it. Please be informed the below...

Japan still not affected by US-China trade war

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s export growth accelerated in August from the previous month supported by stronger shipments to the United States, a sign the...
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