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Posted in: Docomo to lower mobile phone fees by up to 40% from June See in context

@Aly Rustom. Vodafone was here sometime ago but could not compete. Infact, they failed to understand the market and so they eventually sold it to Softbank.

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Posted in: Ghosn's lawyers hand dossier to U.N. human rights office showing violations See in context

For those of you arguing that going to the UN will worsen his case, just remember that the lawyers are not stupid. They are more experienced than we here parading as street lawyers. International diplomacy works and any action meant to exact pressure on any government does work effectively. No government fears its people but fears outsiders. If it is part of their strategy to get him out, so be it as long as they are not doing anything illegal. I can understand that people will argue that they are putting Japan in a bad spotlight but to whose expense. Rationality does not count when you are pushed to the wall. The prosecutors are doing their thing ,let the defendants do their thing. He cannot be suffering and still be thinking about protecting his captors.

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Posted in: Ghosn's lawyers hand dossier to U.N. human rights office showing violations See in context

Finally gets bail.

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Posted in: Japan's job availability improves to 44-year high See in context

It is very refreshing to hear that the job market is improving for job seekers. In my personal view, I prefer that there are more opportunities for workers to choose who to work for than less opportunities. More options means employers have to work hard to attract and maintain their staff. This means they have to do the right things like paying well, treating workers as assets and not as dispensable tools. It is all good for me.

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Posted in: Probe into foreigners' health insurance abuse stirs controversy See in context

There my lovely Bureaucrats go again. I can tell you with certainty that foreigners in Japan are one of the most law abiding in the world. The laws are stringent enough to scare foreigners from doing bad things. Nonetheless, there are clear cases of foreigners not playing by the rules. Those foreigners must be investigated and punished as deterrent to others. Having said that I think, this action by the ministry is much ado about nothing. The results of the survey has failed to validate their thinking especially about foreigners. You have about 125,000,000 million Japanese and yet you want to target about 2,000,000 foreigners. The result of their painstaking and expensive survey showed nothing against foreigners. The question then is ,is this not the typically stereotypical mindset of those in authority to find fault with foreigners at all cost for any rot in the system? They should look within and they will find the answers.

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Posted in: Warming up See in context

All the best

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