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Economic News No. 6

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Note Issue May Reach ¥192 Billion at End of March, 1948, Government Estimates; Movie Producing Companies in Difficulties, Costs Twice Last Year's ¥10 Million for 1 Film; ESB Estimate of Household Expenses Still Optimistic, in Spite of Raise in Prices; Only ¥26 Billion Taxes Collected so Far, Campaign to Boost Tax Payment; Dwellings of Eidan to be Sold to Tenants Shortly; Share Quotations in Tokyo (Index Number); Theatre Owners, Employees Oppose Admission Tax Increase; College Graduates in Great Demand, 100% Employment Reported So Far; Savings Goal to be Put at ¥170 Billion by Fiscal Year End; Economic Notes - On Rice, Tobacco, Etc.; Blackmarket Prices of Daily Necessities in Tokyo Studied; Inspectors to be Placed in All Cement Factories; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 4th

Tokyo News No. 4,607-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: State Minister Hayashi May Also be Purged, Agriculture Minister Asked to Resign Today; "Wildcat" [unclear] Canceled, Central Post Office Understanding; Control Over Inns and Hotels to be Tightened; Sweet Potatoes Rotting; Prof. Oyama Agrees to Return to Teaching at Waseda University; Anti-Communist Faction of Transport Ministry Government Railway Workers Union Issue Statement; Musashino Town to Become City, Number of Japan's Cities Now 214; Inquiry to the Welfare Minister; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translation)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 1st

Tokyo News No. 4,609-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Kataam-Hirano Interview Last Night Gives No Result, Premier May Dismiss Hirano; Liberal Party Holds Mass Meeting in Nagoya City on Nov. 3; Meiji-setsu Observed in Court; Thief Steals Rug from Emperor's Vill ain Hayama; Many Classes Held in Earthen-Floor Rooms at New System Middle Schools, Hardships Ahead; Renunciation of War Reaffirmed at Ceremony Peace Festival Marks first Constitution on Anniversary; Used School Books for Next Year, New Ones to be Printed to Meet Deficiency; First Export to the Soviets, Loading Started November 3; 1,200,000 Yen Bank Bill Thief Nabbed, Former Employee of Kyodo Insatsu Kaisha; Official Lie; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translation)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 4th

Tokyo News No. 4,618-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Yoshida-Shidehara Meeting Todd on New Party Movement; Home Ministry Abolition Definitely Decided; Comment on Current Topics; Supplementary Bonus to Farmers Who Give Full Rice, Potato Quotas; Transfers Into 14 Big Cities to be Prohibited for Year by Law; Hayashi Purge Said to be Almost Certain, Committee Meeting on 17th; Emperor's Wardrobes Minutely Examined; Two Japanese Girls Leaving for United States with American Husbands; 'Starvation of a Judge'; Japan-American Students' Conference to be Restored; Communications Workers Sabotage Confined to Meguro; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translation)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 15th

Economic News No. 5

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Bank of Japan's Note Issue Tops ¥167,665 Million At End of October; ¥42.5 Billion Industrial Funds For Third Quarterly Period Fixed; Conditions for Loans to Coal Mines of Japan Decided by Cabinet, Rationalization, Good Output; Wages of Workers in 3 Rayon Firms Increased, Higher than Standard Figure; Bananas Coming in Large Quantity by End of This Year from Formosa; Fabrics, Fertilizer, Etc. to be Given to Farmers for Full Delivery of Rice; Commerce & Industry Ministry to Conduct Survey of Rayon, Staple Fibre Plants; Emergency Coal Output Increase Committee to be Established, Work Until Coal Mine Control; Cost of Food (Drinks inclusive) of Laborers in Tokyo Factories Tabulated, March - September; ¥1.5 Billion Accommodated by Bank of Japan to Government; How Will Japan's Working Population be Distributed in 1950 According to Occupations?; Comment Offered on Stock Market S
Date: 
1947CE Nov 3rd

Economic News No. 4

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Restoration Plans for Cotton Spinning Industry Until Jun 1949 Fixed, To Study at Osaka Meeting; ¥600 Million Fund for 3 Whale Fishing Co. To be Accommodated by Tokyo Banks Soon; Large Quantities of Foodstuffs Sold Illegally Confiscated by Police; Deposit Figures of Tokyo Banks; How Much Goods Can be Made with 1000 KWH of Electricity?; Charcoal Trains to be Run; Saitama Prefecture Stops Shipping of Vegetables for November Temporarily, Planned Shipment in December; Fruits, Now on Free Sale List, Arriving into Capital in Good Quantity; Production of Essential Goods for September Shows Decline; Yokohama City to Issue Bonds Totaling ¥20 Million; Goods Bought by CPO to be Regarded Part of Export Trade of Country; ¥2,000,000,000 [unclear] in Personnel Expenditures, Ghost Population of 190,000 Government Officials Revealed; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 1st

Tokyo News No. 4,616-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Long-Term Planning, Price Revision to be Studied in Connection with Next Year's Budget; Heated Discussions Over Coal Mines Control Bill, All 3 Parties May Eventually O. K. Revisions; Nomizo Appointment Involves Delicate Political Moves, May be Postponed; Coal Miners Demand Higher Wages, Hold Preliminary Meeting Yesterday; Liberal Party Members See Democratic Party Head on New Group Issue; Japan Red Cross Holds Bazaar to Aid Flood Victims; New Method of Sabotage in Vogue; Public Bathhouses Threatened with Extinction; Big Boats Put on Pacific Service, All Cabins Reserved till May Next; Another Five Persons Prosecuted for Forgery of Official Document As Sequel to Seke Case in Connections with Sales of Uniforms; Teachers Take Part in Compiling Textbook on History, Including Three Women Teachers of High and Normal Schools; A Boy's Social Service; Summary of News in Japanese P
Date: 
1947CE Nov 13th

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