Saturday, October 30, 2010

DTN News: Japan Top Stories / Headlines News Dated October 30, 2010

DTN News: Japan Top Stories / Headlines News Dated October 30, 2010
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National news

Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010

China: Wen will not meet Kan in Hanoi

Beijing rejects Prime Minister Naoto Kan's overture to meet in Hanoi with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, because Japan had "ruined the atmosphere" for any talks, the state-run news agency Xinhua reports, citing No. 2 diplomat Hu Zhengyue.

COP10 goes extra mile for a deal

Delegates at the COP10 conference in Nagoya to the distance to conclude new agreements on preserving biodiversity over the next decade and on access to genetic resources and how to distribute the money they make.

China said to resume rare earth exports

LDP seeks new law to develop Okinawa, backing no-base goal

APEC to set new target for broadband usage

Monday collision tape viewing set

Pop diva Nakamori idled by health

MSDF ship intercepts missile in test

New warrant in boyfriend murders

Free-abductee resolution goes to U.N. panel

Flour millers cooking up 'kishimen' revival

Dolphin hunters, activists set to hold parley in Taiji

Whaling communities plug the hunt


Oct. 29, 2010

Yume (dream) Robot climbs a 5-meter ladder Tuesday at a business exhibition in Osaka. The 1.4-meter-tall, 35-kg robot was developed by 15 small local firms.



Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010

Plaintiffs: Toyota bought back bad cars, via gag rule

Toyota Motor Corp. bought back cars from drivers who reported sudden acceleration defects, but the company didn't tell federal regulators about the problem, according to court documents filed in the sprawling litigation against the automaker.

Factory output falls; CPI off 19th month

Nintendo boss: No Wii price cut

Sony back in black on PS3 lift

Unemployment rate eases to 5%

Axed: 295,000 nonregulars

Farm leader opposed

Sales surge doubles Honda's profit

Nomura profit off 91% over EU woes

September crude imports up 5.2%


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