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    En nylig NHK World rapport angiver, at Japans Forsvarsministeriet overvejer at skyde ned ubemandede fly (UAVs) at invaderer sit luftrum. I betragtning af den seneste test flyvning af Kinas UAV ovenfor Diaoyu Øer, denne betænkning går ind for konfrontation og minder internationalt publikum om de vedvarende spændinger mellem de to lande.

    I debatten om årsagerne til forværring Sino-japanske forbindelser, er dybdegående undersøgelser på sammenligning af bilaterale styrke nødvendige.

    At tage et kig på hastighed kurven af Kina indsnævring BNP gap mod Japan og kurven for bilaterale forbindelser baseret på kvantitativ måling, kan man finde den strukturelle ubalance mellem to lande spiller en afgørende rolle.

    En grundlæggende mønster af bilaterale forhold tendens er at den hurtigere Kina indsnævrer dets BNP gap mod Japan, den mere aggressive japanske Kina politik bliver, og dermed de værre bilaterale forbindelser vi har.

    Sådan aggression kan forklares ved den frustration Japan modtager fra sammenligning af bilaterale styrke.

    Fra 2001 til nu, Kinas BNP steg fra en fjerdedel af Japan til at være lige, så højere. Under processen, ophobning af sådanne frustration genererer aggressiv reaktion fra den japanske regering, og derfor mere og værre sammenstød forekomme i de bilaterale forbindelser.

    I løbet af 1970erne og 1980erne var Kina en stor magt kun med hensyn til befolkning og politiske indflydelse, hvor sidstnævnte var knap nok understøttes af sin ...

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    koyal group, Koyal news articles, koyal group business news reviews, Japan needs to raise sales tax next year: Finance Minister

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    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan must raise its sales tax rate next year as scheduled to show it is serious about fixing up its tattered finances, the finance minister said on Tuesday as the government upgraded its view of the economy and said deflation was easing.

    The sales tax is due to rise to 8 percent from 5 percent next April, and then increase to 10 percent in October 2015. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said he will decide later this year whether to go ahead with the increase, citing concerns it could weaken the economy.

    Finance Minister Taro Aso said delaying the increase would go against commitments made to the G20 group of developed and developing nations that Japan would fix its finances, and said the government could take steps to mitigate any economic impact.

    "We need to consider an extra budget. It's better to moderate economic fluctuations (from the tax hike)," Aso told a media conference after a cabinet meeting.

    Earlier, the government upgraded its view on the economy for a third straight month, saying deflation was easing and growth was picking up due to massive monetary fiscal stimulus.

    Still, plenty of work is needed to repair public finances.

    Japan's public debt is the largest among major industrialized nations at more than twice the size of its 500 trillion yen ($5 trillion) economy, and the sales tax hike is cons...

  • Koyal Group To Launch Digital Stock Market Data Service

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    Tokyo based Boutique equity research house Koyal Group, this morning announced the company will soon commence piloting a twitter-like information service to distribute stock market information to clients on mobile devices in real time. Apr. 9, 2013 - TOKYO, Japan -- Koyal Group’s planned digital stock advisory service will be offered initially exclusively to corporate clients. Chief Executive Officer at the Tokyo based equity research house, Edward Neilson, was this morning, keen to emphasize that the company does not intend downsize its workforce, and that this move is designed primarily to provide a more streamlined service, rather than to lower the company’s overheads. “Koyal Group will not be making staff cuts. We are firmly committed to keeping up to date with technological innovation, and in 2013 there is no better medium than a handheld device for delivering real time information. Essentially this move will enable our advisors to focus on research, which is our core business, and we hope it will streamline client-advisor interactions, making conversations more fruitful”. During beta testing scheduled for summer 2013, the planned service will be made available to a select portion of the company’s corporate client base. However due to security implications and development time, it is unlikely to be rolled out to Koyal Group’s wider client base earlier than the fourth quarter of 2013. In addition to this initial digital service for existing corporate clients, Ko...
  • Koyal Group Tokyo Appoints New C.I.O. Dr Matthew James

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    Koyal_logo_177_ Tokyo based Boutique equity research house Koyal Group, today announced the appointment of Dr Matthew James to the position of Chief Investment Officer for the company’s Asian operations. Apr. 1, 2013 - TOKYO, Japan -- Chief Executive Officer at Tokyo based equity research house Koyal Group, Mr Edward Neilson, announced at 9.30am Japanese time the appointment of long term employee Dr Matthew James to the position of Chief Investment Officer for the company’s Asian operations. Dr James will replace retiring Chief Investment Officer at Koyal Group, Mr William Young MSc, who has been with the company since 2007. Additionally Dr James is expected to undertake the Chief Investment Officer role, for the company’s operations outside Asia over the course of 2013-2014. Dr Matthew James (53) holds both a master’s degree in business administration and a doctorate in finance and economics, and has worked as an analyst at Koyal Group since 2004 when he joined Koyal Group from his previous position with investment bank Mitsubishi UFJ. According to Chief Executive officer at Koyal Group Mr Edward Neilson, Dr James today signed a ten year contract with Koyal Group where he intends to see out the remainder of his career prior to his planned retirement at sixty three years of age. “Dr Matthew James has earned his position as Chief Investment Officer within our company, and I am absolutely confident in the decision of our board to appoint him to that position.” - Chief Executive Office...

Based in Tokyo, Japan, Koyal Group is a boutique equity research house and has its foundations set in personal client advisor relationships.

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