Nikkei Asian Review (Sep 22, 2022) | 一般社団法人 ラテンアメリカ協会

Nikkei Asian Review (Sep 22, 2022)



Japan PM Kishida’s political dip opens door for bold policy moves
Without devoted base of followers, leader must take action to rebuild support

Hyatt Hotels to open Japan hot spring inns to soak up inbound demand
Its first traditional resort to open in 2025 for post-pandemic tourism

Japanese, South Korean leaders agree to restore healthy ties
Kishida and Yoon pledge to accelerate talks among senior diplomats

Toyota, Honda to pay connected-car patent fees to telecoms
Nokia and others to receive royalties of $15 to $20 per car for wireless tech


Taiwan’s Appier eyes U.S. expansion with AI marketing software
CEO sees advanced tech playing bigger role as privacy trend limits data mining

Kishida demands UNSC reform as Russia undercuts ‘credibility’
Japan PM seeks to bolster functions, including nuclear nonproliferation

MUFG Bank injects $380m into Indian branches to bolster lending
Japanese lender boosts capital base to meet booming business activity

Japan to boost cybersecurity for defense contractors
As hackers become better, measures needed to respond after breaches

Japanese e-scooter built for two makes transporting a dog a cinch
Tokyo-based Good Shape gives pet owners new options


Japan’s average residential land price rises for 1st time in 31 years
Low interest rates help 14 of the country’s 47 prefectures record increases

Japan’s CPI rises 2.8% year on year in August: government
Fastest annual pace in nearly 8 years highlights BOJ dilemma

Japan tests roads for EV wireless charging with 2025 goal
Embedded coils from Obayashi and Denso power cars while they drive

Hitachi’s quasi-quantum computer to speed plastics research
Japan’s Sekisui Chemical seeks to boost materials science R&D efficiency up to tenfold