News Headlines - 25 February 2013

BBC News - Japan markets boosted by central bank nominee reports

Japanese shares have risen and the yen weakened on reports that Haruhiko Kuroda is likely to be nominated as the next Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor. Mr Kuroda, currently the President of the Asian Development Bank, is seen as a supporter of monetary policy easing as means to spur growth.

Japan to raise up to $10bn from tobacco share sale - FT.com

The Japanese government is selling up to 16.67 per cent in Japan Tobacco, raising an estimated Y967bn ($10.3bn), in one of the largest privatisations globally in recent years.

BBC News - Dreamliner: Japan's ANA cancels more Boeing 787 flights

Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) has said it will cancel all Boeing 787 flights until at least the end of May, in the latest blow to Boeing. International regulators grounded all 787 Dreamliners in January so that safety checks could be carried out on their lithium ion batteries.

Indian IT must cross Japan hurdle for next $100 billion: Experts - The Times of India

As the Indian IT industry crosses $100 billion (about 5.4 lakh crore) in revenues and aims for the next $100 billion, it cannot afford to ignore Japan, the world's largest IT market after the US. Most large Indian information technology providers have been present in Japan for close to 20 years but success has been slow in coming.

How Japan’s Cyber Terrorist Lost Game of Cat and Mouse - The Daily Beast

A cat carrying a memory chip in its collar held the “code” to catch a cyber terrorist who made fools of Japan’s police and justice departments.








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