With a continuously changing landscape around Tokyo’s Shibuya Station amid a massive redevelopment project, another familiar face will be saying goodbye next year.
U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton has told Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono that Washington does not intend to mediate in a dispute between Tokyo and Seoul over wartime labor and trade policy, a Japanese government source said Wednesday.
BEIJING – Trading will start Monday on a Chinese stock market for high-tech companies that play a key role in official development plans that are straining relations with Washington.
Nissan Motor Co. plans to expand job cuts to over 10,000 to help turn around its business, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said Wednesday, showing the tough road ahead for an automaker grappling with management upheaval.
A trade spat between Japan and South Korea shows every sign of worsening as Seoul plans to report Tokyo over export controls at a World Trade Organization meeting.
Japan’s plan to drop South Korea from its “white list” of nations with minimum trade controls will probably hit ¥630 billion ($5.8 billion) in annual exports of microchip-making equipment to its neighbor, a Japanese lawmaker said on Wednesday.
SEOUL – U.S. technology companies have urged Japan and South Korea to negotiate a resolution to a dispute that threatens to upend the global supply chain that the world’s top electronics brands rely on make their products.
Thanks to all who joined the Korean American Chamber of Commerce of the North Pacific Coast for its June 20 luncheon meeting where the KACC was honored to present Mr. Bon-Woo Koo, the new Consul General for the Republic of Korea in San Francisco.
Please come down to the de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University, where the first US exhibition of artwork by Korean artist Kim Jung Hwa will be displayed from July 8 through August 19. First United States exhibition for Korean artist Kim Jung Hwa at de Saisset Museum this summer