The Japanese automaker said in a statement that its $52.6-million investment will produce about 2,500 Hilux pickup trucks and employ more than 130 beginning in 2021.
An unidentified man died in police custody after attacking bus-boarding elementary school children and others then stabbing himself in the neck.
Auto giant to build pickup truck plant at Yangon’s Thilawa SEZ this year
The influx of Japanese talent reshaping the K-pop industry comes at a time of rising bitter political acrimony between the two countries that has damaged diplomatic ties.
On this day in 1942, with the invading Japanese Army at their heels, retreating British forces dynamited one of their colony’s most important bridges. It would lie in ruins for the
The advanced, single-seat jet was flying about 135 km east of the Misawa air base in Aomori Prefecture on Tuesday when it disappeared from radar. The pilot is still missing.
Seventy-four years ago today, people from all walks of life rose up against Japanese overlords who had failed to keep their promise to grant Myanmar full independence.
At opening of Myawaddy-Mae Sot bridge, State Counselor hails close ties and vows to continue working to boost connectivity with Thailand
Vietnamese youth—the fastest-growing group of foreign workers in Japan—will be among those most affected by a new scheme to let in more blue-collar workers.
On March 8, 1942, Burma’s first national army in nearly 60 years took control of Rangoon with the help of Japan, a week after the withdrawal of the British colonial governor.
The Japanese ambassador to Myanmar said his government would promote and support Japanese investment in the troubled state and is considering facilitating required infrastructure.
According to the Imperial Household Agency, the crowd was the largest birthday attendance during Akihito's three-decade reign.
Challenges, opportunities on horizon for the country as Beijing and Tokyo vie for influence
The plans are the clearest indication yet of Japan's ambition to become a regional power as a military build-up by China and a resurgent Russia puts pressure on its US ally.
The government does not plan to name Huawei and ZTE in revised procurement rules but will put in place measures to strengthen security that apply to the companies, sources said.