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Nikkei Asian Review (Jan 30, 2023)

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Tesla, Mexico in talks on new Gigafactory but no deal yet: state official
Nuevo Leon builds special lane for the EV maker for quick shipments to U.S.



China resumes visas for Japanese on apparent economic concerns
Business travel viewed as essential for smooth transition after Lunar New Year

Support for Japan’s Kishida rises to 39% as pandemic recedes
64% of respondents approve of decision to downgrade COVID-19


BYD’s EV debut in Japan, Samsung results, ASEAN foreign ministers meeting
Your weekly lineup of Asia’s biggest business and political events

Sony separates production of cameras for China and non-China markets
Devices for Japan, U.S. and Europe to be made in Thailand

Japan weighs China chip export curbs at U.S. request
Move could have significant impact on Tokyo Electron and others


Cyberattacks on Japan soar as hackers target vulnerabilities
Number doubles in three years as intruders exploit weak defenses

U.S. secures deal with Netherlands, Japan on China chip export limit: Bloomberg
Agreement would extend some export controls to companies in three countries

Japan’s No. 2 shipbuilder to start making LNG-fueled vessels
JMU counts on environmental angle to counter Chinese and Korean rivals

Japan’s capital pours $13bn into child care support as births fall
Measures include monthly payments and egg-freezing subsidy


Toyota’s next president: Who is Koji Sato?
Veteran engineer faces new rivals, supply chain challenges in shift to EVs

Brunei aims to expand long-term LNG supply to Japan
Country’s largest producer of the fuel inks deal with oil explorer JAPEX