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Global battery maker GS Yuasa is creating 105 new jobs and saving 360 jobs at its Ebbw Vale plant as part of major expansion. The Japanese company’s investment is backed by £ 2.5million in funding from the Welsh government. The funding will help the company increase production volumes and modernize processes to be more energy …

The BOJ could start a debate around 2023 on the end of negative rates – Maeda The end of the negative rate will not be the start of the rate hike cycle – Maeda BOJ will stick to performance cap to keep cost of government spending low With the March exam, YCC is expected to …

Subscribe to the New Economy Daily newsletter, follow us @economy and subscribe to our Podcast. india recording more than $ 600 billion in foreign exchange reserves might not be enough, as it lacks certain measures, including import coverage and liability exits, according to new research from the central bank. “Although foreign exchange reserves provide cushions …

If there was a time when Nigeria could have taken off, it was in 1999. Democracy had been restored as the country’s economy reopened after decades of mismanagement and looting under military dictatorships. Tomi Davies, systems analyst, was among thousands of Nigerians who returned home to help rebuild the country. After a few years working …

IN THE 1970s the fortunes of the world economy, in all its unfathomable complexity, seemed to revolve around one commodity: oil. Exported by a narrow clique of countries, this vital contribution was held hostage by fierce political forces. Today’s global economic outlook also hinges on another all-important input, vaccines, which are also tightly produced, delicately …

TOKYO (Reuters) – Business confidence levels of Japanese manufacturers and companies in the service sector were little changed in June from the previous month, underscoring the fragile and uneven state of the country’s coronavirus recovery, showed a Reuters investigation. FILE PHOTO: An employee wearing a face shield and face shield works on the automotive assembly …

The Science Based Targets (SBTi) initiative published a report on the collective temperature ratings of companies in the Group of Seven (G7) countries, against internationally agreed climate targets. The report was developed by the United Nations Global Compact and the CDP, and released ahead of the 2021 G7 Summit in Cornwall, UK. The G7 is …

TOKYO • Japan’s exports grew at the fastest pace since 1980 in May and a key indicator of capital spending increased, helping the world’s third-largest economy offset weak domestic demand as Covid-19 vaccinations stimulate business activity in key markets. The rise in exports largely reflected a rebound in shipments from the plunge caused by last …

TOKYO – Japan and Singapore will work together to promote investment in decarbonization efforts, from installing renewable capacity to more transitional stages like replacing coal with natural gas. Hiroshi Kajiyama, the Japanese Minister of Industry, and his Singaporean counterpart, Gan Kim Yong, agreed at a recent meeting to establish a dialogue for the energy transition, …

The UK has gained access to the Japanese market for UK poultry meat imports, opening up new opportunities for UK farmers, producers and exporters in the world’s third-largest economy. The deal is valued at £ 13million per year by the industry. Japan is internationally recognized for its strict food safety and import control regime, as …