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Nissan trims losses in Q2, upgrades forecasts

Crisis-hit Japanese automaker Nissan said Thursday it trimmed net loss in the second quarter, though it remained in the red, and upgraded its full-year forecasts as the global auto industry showed ...

Nissan trims losses in Q2, upgrades forecasts

Japan’s Toshiba retreats from coal-fired power stations

Japanese engineering giant Toshiba will stop constructing new coal-fired power plants and shift to renewable energy in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, a spokeswoman said Wednesday

The Toshiba Corporation logo at the company’s headquarters in Tokyo. AFP file photo Toshiba sells TV business to China’s Hisense

Rohingya crisis

China sees no problem with India's involvement in repatriation process

Bangladesh is now looking to involve India, Japan and South Korea, alongside China, in the effort to create an environment in Myanmar's Rakhine state conducive to the return of the Rohingyas

Rohingya children are seen at a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, 7 March 2019.

Japan aims to assist Rohingya refugees and local community thru WFP farmers’ market

WFP welcomes a new contribution of US$ 5 million from the Japan government towards its support to farmers in the host community and displaced people from Myanmar who are now living in Cox’s Bazar, ...

Japan's ambassador to Bangladesh Naoki Ito and WFP Deputy Country Director, Alpha Bah

Tokyo eyes building stronger ties with Dhaka ahead: Ambassador Naoki

Japan wants to build stronger ties with Bangladesh taking important milestones ahead as opportunities to support Bangladesh’s overall development

Tokyo eyes building stronger ties with Dhaka ahead: Ambassador Naoki

'Countries investing in Myanmar may not get desired returns'

Reminding about the possible uncertainty in the region, Bangladesh foreign minister AK Abdul Momen has sought support from big countries to find a durable solution to the Rohingya crisis through ...

In this file photo taken on October 19, 2017 Rohingya refugees who were stranded walk near the no man`s land area between Bangladesh and Myanmar in the Palongkhali area next to Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar

70 years of the Korean War

The long wait for reunification

The US, China and other global players are in a dilemma over the geopolitical ramifications of a reunified Korea. The wishes of the Korean people are not being taken into cognizance

The demilitarized zone with South Korea on one side and North Korea on the other

ADB provides Bangladesh $3m to procure COVID-19 vaccine, other urgent medical supplies

The Asian Development Bank and the government of Bangladesh have signed an agreement for $3 million in grant for procuring urgent medical supplies including vaccine for the coronavirus disease

ADB provides Bangladesh $3m to procure COVID-19 vaccine, other urgent medical supplies

Climate activists urge Japan to stop financing coal in Matarbari

Climate activists across the globe urged Japan’s new prime minister Yoshihide Suga’s administration to stop building coal power projects in Bangladesh saying it would worsen the country’s climate ...

Climate activists urge Japan to stop financing coal in Matarbari

Sheikh Hasina greets Japan's new prime minister

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday extended her heartiest congratulations to Yoshihide Suga on his appointment as the prime minister of Japan, saying that she is looking forward to working in a ...

A combination of pictures shows Bangladesh's prime minister Sheikh Hasina and Japan's prime minister Yoshihide Suga
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