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Tokyo News No. 4,613-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Government to Consult Parties on Next Year's Budget Shortly; Expecting Diet Dissolution Soon, Says Liberal Party Chief Secretary; State Minister Hayashi's Resignation Believed Inevitable; Agriculture Minister May be Named Today, Nomizo Strongest Candidate; Inspection of Industries to be Permanent, Rationalization Also Wanted by ESB; Popularity of 'Penis-Cutting Osada-san' Mounting, Being Sought Everywhere; Comment on Current Topics; Merchant of Venice Played in Waseda Open-Air Theater, Which Was Built 20 Years Ago by Noted Shakespearian Scholar; Economy On Use of Electric Energy, To Be Observed by Government Offices, Too; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translations)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 10th

Economic News No. 11

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: To Register All Fishing Vessels Including Those Rune By One Man; 140,000 Koku of Lumber Idle in Akita Because Lumber Trains Not Running Until December; 'Candle-Light' Electricity Supplied to Consumers in Kyushu on Trial; Spinning Mills Adopting Technical Improvement, Democratic Management, and Modernization of Labor; Manufacturers Effecting Improvements to Vindicate Poor Reputation of Rayon; Yokohama City to Promote Trade, Work Out Plans; Labor Disputes for October Total 84, 61,358 Workers Involved; To Spend ¥9.7 Billion for Miners' Housing Next Year, Gov't Tells Diet Mining Committee; Dyeing & Weaving Still Thriving as Household Industry; Bicycle Tires, Tubes for Export Below Million Mark, Only 413,000; Demand and Supply of Cement; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 10th

Tokyo News No. 4,654-A

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News excerpts from the Economic News issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Economic Stability Expected After 5 Years, Production to be Boosted to 128% of Pre-War Figure; Cabinet Ministers Decide to Carry on on Strength of Three-Party Coalition; Rate of Efficiency of Government Officials Measured by Committee; Japanese War Criminal Suspects Abroad Number More Than 1,000; Government Offices Accused of Tax Evasions, 2-Billion Yen Income Tax in Arrears; Ex-Transportation Minister Prosecuted For Violation of Restaurant Regulations; Bazaar in Aid of War and Flood Sufferers and Repatriates, a Big Success; Jay Walkers to be Heavily Fined, Starting January 1; Bureaucratic Practices Unchanged; 3-Month Measures to Combat Sex Diseases, Epoch-Making Legislation Also Planned; Japan's Political Leaders Their Character and Action Analyzed; Summary of News in Japanese Press
Date: 
1947CE Dec 30th

Economic News No. 52

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News excerpts from the Economic News issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Huge Government Payments Result in High Note Issue, Bank Director Explains; Japanese Toys Popular in USA, All Sold Out in Short Time; Foodstuffs Distribution 'Kodan' to Start on January 20, Instead of Jan. 1; Oji Paper Mfg. Co.'s Kushiro Plant Suspends, Operation Due to Power Shortage; Saku Power Plant Repaired, Ontake Plant Newly Opened; Japan Light Metal Co. Succeeds in Making High-Grade Cement from Aluminum; Summer & Autumn Athletic Meets at Kanazawa Net ¥184,793; 66% of Telephone Facilities Restored, Although Hearing is Still Difficult; Aomori Rail Bureau Suffering from Triple Difficulty; Amateur Buyers on Increase Under Restrictions on Fresh Foods
Date: 
1947CE Dec 31st

Economic News No. 15

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: New Power Supply Allocation Begins Today, Instead of Dec. 1; Water Supply in Portions of Tokyo to be Suspended Due to Repair Work; Delivery of Wheat-Barley-Oats Irish Potatoes Good So Far; Prefectures Without Seacoasts Protest Against Proposed Revision of Fishing Law; Prices of 'Miso', Soy, Salted Fish Products Lowered, from Dec. 1; Tochigi Prefecture Takes Action Against Food Violators; Shimonoseki Plans Greater Fish Shipments to Big Cities This Month; Tottori's Fish Catch is Good More Shipments in November Hoped; Steel Plants in Northern Kyushu to Increase Output with Own Power; What is Sound Public Finance?; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 15th

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