"He recalled how foreigners were laid off in droves after the 2008 global financial crisis"
The Japan's unemployment rate during the financial was crisis at an all-time high of 5.7. Many Japanese lost their jobs. It was not just foreigners. Many countries were sending their foreigners home.
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"Wonder if it has to also do with Japanese companies being corrupt and falsifying data."
No it does not, since SK, Taiwan and the rest of Asia's exports are also down as well as Germany's.
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A longer range XASM-3 would weigh much more than the current standard XASM-3 weighting under 1 ton, and requires a new jet able to carry it but Japan doesn't have one, not today and not tomorrow.
Xasm 3 would weigh about the same as the JSM and both can be carried by either the f35 or F2. The f3 program is still under development .
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In Islamic law, the murder victim's family is given a choice to either insist on the death penalty or to pardon the perpetrator and accept monetary compensation for their loss (Quran 2:178).
What would the families of the victims choose, I wonder?
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"Where in Saitama? it's massive!"
In the city of Hanno.
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"Men at some time are masters of their fates. "
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In 2012 and again in 2016, Californian voters rejected ballot measures aimed at abolishing the death penalty.
So much for democracy in the USA. LOL.
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Just to give you stats about crime in California:
California’s violent crime rate rose in 2017 California’s violent crime rate increased by 1.5% in 2017 to 451 per 100,000 residents.
California’s violent crime rate increased by 1.5% in 2017 to 451 per 100,000 residents. A total of 33 of the state’s 58 counties saw increases in their violent crime rates in 2017. In 19 counties, the violent crime rate increased by more than 10%
The overall crime rate in San Francisco is 151% higher than the national average. For every 100,000 people, there are 18.86 daily crimes that occur in San Francisco. San Francisco is safer than 5% of the cities in the United States.
The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Los Angeles is 1 in 30. Based on FBI crime data, Los Angeles is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to California, Los Angeles has a crime rate that iOn January 17, 2006,
California executed Clarence Ray Allen, who was 76 years old. A decade later, California's death row population has increased by 100 to 746, making it the largest in the nations higher than 84% of the state's cities and towns of all sizes.
A court-ordered moratorium on executions has been in place since February 2006, when a federal judge declared that California's lethal injection protocol was unconstitutional.
So California does not have the death penalty and the crime rate is soaring.
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Not enough. Hit back harder.
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He is lucky. In Singapore and China. he would face the death if he was found guilty. Which based on the evidence, he most likely would.
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Boy oh boy, if Boeing were a Japanese company.......
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"Interesting argument that his jail wasn't so bad, because there are worse jails."
Well,there are worse jails. Especially in the country that is screaming about rights.
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"Actually, if you compare the photo above with photos of him before his arrest, he does look like he's lost quite a bit of weight.
We also know with certainty that he was kept in an unheated cell, was given only rice-based food,"
He was in jail. Do you expect them to feed him filet mignon with Sauvignon? In fact, he looks better now than before he went to jail.
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Would the Americans/ Canadines allow Meng Wanzhou to attend a Huawei board meeting? Second, for a guy who was being mistreated in prison, he is good shape. I wonder if Ghosn's family was lying about his treatment in prison.
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A decline of 2% from a stats point is pointless, because its within the margin of error. In other words, there has been no change in Abe's poll numbers.
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"Irrelevant. Abe never was elected by majority people."
This is correct, because in a "Parliamentary democracy, democratic form of government in which the party (or a coalition of parties) with the greatest representation in the parliament (legislature) forms the government, its leader becoming prime minister.
The LDP won the most votes.
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740 random households, from what part of the country? Let me guess, Tokyo!
No from a computer generate random sample taken from the throughout the country.
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WHY wasn't there a Deck Watch?
OMG, there was one, the animal was underwater. Could you see an animal underwater?
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"OK, while no one should be jumping to conclusions, what sea creature large enough to do that kind of damage could be lurking in the March seas off of Niigata?"
OMG, it is not the size of the animal. It is what part of the ship and at what speed the boat was going that made it a dangerous situation. For example if you riding a motorcycle at 100pm and you hit cat, you can lose control of the bike. If a bird flies into a jet engine while the jet is the air it can destroy the engine. This was jet folio and it is like jet. Most likely it one of the control surfaces.
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This is music to Shinzo Abe's ears. Japan was the only country not to believe rocketman. Everyone said, that Japan was the big loser because Shinzo Abe did not meet with Kim. KIm has played right into Shinzo Abe's hands.
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" mean here Softbank still charges me more when I call someone with a Docomo or AU phone"
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Europe you can get cheaper mobile plans with unlimited calls to anyone and anywhere including abroad,
but the its slower and the voice quality sucks
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Australians spent most per trip with ¥242,050. Apart from Australia, average spending was highest among visitors from Europe and North America, with less spending by those from Asia.
Dude, Japan does not Asia.
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Nice story. So much for the myth that Japanese hate Koreans. However in Seoul, they are screaming death to Japan.
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"train companies should install barriers instead of wasting time and money on writing thank you notes. "
Dude, they are already installing barriers. Take a look at the picture. It takes time.
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Japan must do three things;
1) Spend 2% of GDP on defense.
2) Gain first strike abilities.
3) Stop caring about the what the Koreans and Chinese think. They are the enemy.
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"As already mentioned if workers merely changed one job for another there would be there would be no net effect on the rate. "
Because, the workers feel they can get a BETTER JOB with MORE MONEY NOT the same MONEY. SO they Leave and thus the unemployment rate goes up slightly.
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