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Economic News No. 18

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Delivery of Rice for This Year Good, Reaches 24.0% of Allotted Quota Already; Live-Stock in Hokkaido Area Decreasing Due to Feed Shortage; Special Power Allocation for 'Habutae' Silk Manufacturers; Plenty of Fresh Fish in Shimonoseki But Not Enough Refrigerator Cars; Tokyo Trade Assn. Formed to Boost Export Industry; 47,000 Kan of Eggs from Aichi to be Sent Out; Wooden Ships to be Built for Soviet Russia in Osaka; Shizuoka Mandarins Going Abroad; Toyo Bearing Co's Stocks Business Status Surveyed; Deliveries of Rice Impeded by Effects and Floods, Drought; Introducing Economic Journals on Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 19th

Economic News No. 16

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Silk, Rayon Manufacturers Want Lower Consumption Tax; Living Aid Sums Raised for Needy Persons; 8,000 Samples of Tokyo Products to be Shown in Kansai City Soon; First Stock-Brokers' Assn. In Japan Formed in Ayage-ken; Tobacco Leaves in Tokushima Reach 385,000 kg. for Season; rayon Output for 1948 (Goal 50 Million Lb.); Demand and Supply of Sugar Given for Nov. '47 - Oct. '48, by Minister; Ships to Help Transport New Year Food Stuff's As Railways Threatened with 60% Reduction; Leaf Tobacco Crop in Techigi; Leather Goods for Export from Osaka Area; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 17th

Economic News No. 14

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: 310,000 Tons of Sugar Coming from USA and Cuba End of Month; Rayon Output for October Increases; Corporal Punishment For Tax Evaders Planned; Chemical Industries Want More Coal Allocation; Fertilizer Output in Central Honshu for October Better than September; Temporary Wooden Pier for Osaka Harbor Next Year; Five-Year Supply Plan for Cement Worked Out by Cement Industry Committee; Sugar Output of Ehime Estimated at 160,000 kan this Year; Blackmarket Price Index Number Studied by Tokyo Chamber of C. & I.; Power Restrictions Reduce Productivity of Plants; Osaka-Made Glass & Glassware for Export Purposes Studied; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 14th

Tokyo News No. 4,615-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Leaders of 3 Parties Agree on Coal Mines State Control Bill; Opposition to Nomination of Nomizo as Agriculture Minister by People's Cooperatives; Yoshida Supports Movement to Form New Conservative Party; State Minister Hayashi Faints En Route to Office; Mass Welcome Meeting for Ikuo Oyama on November 15; Meeting in Honor of Late Ambassador Atcheson Jr.; Consultation on Legal Matters; 'I'm Not a Leftist,' Declares Nomizo, Agriculture Minister Designate; 800 Former Japanese Officers Repatriated from Siberia, Fresh Light Shed on Japanese Labor Corps in Siberia; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not given in translations)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 12th

Economic News No. 12

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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 ¥170 Billion Mark; Wheat-Barley Cultivation Area Fixed for Next Year, 19 Million Koku Estimated; Tokyo Retail Prices Index Numbers Shown; Total Value, Shares of Zaibatsu, Etc. Reaches ¥25 Billion, Only ¥253 Million Disposed; Smuggling Cases Reach 308 for Jan. - Sept. Procurators' Office Collect Data; Study of Celluloid Articles of Osaka, for Export Purpose; Introducing Economic Journals of Japan
Date: 
1947CE Nov 12th

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: Nomizo Slated As Next Agriculture Minister; This is How Army Goods Were Black-Marketed, Disorderly Releases Made at Time of War End, Osaka Arsenal Problem Shrouded in Suspicion - Procurators Ranks Started Activities Yesterday; Full Food Rations Assured Also for December as Early Rice Crop Collection Very Favorable; On Reforming Bureaucracy; Comment on Current Topics; Maritime Safety Board to Prevent Smuggling, Illegal Entry; Day Census of Tokyo Citizens on November 11; Anti-Communist League Formed, Communists Opposed Movement; Summary of News in the Japanese Press (items not included in translation)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 8th

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: Diet Session May be Extended Again, One Week Until Dec. 6; Date of Enforcement of Coal Mines Control Bill May be Modified; Unnecessary Invitations to Parties; To Push Rationalization Movement, Committee Meeting in November 21; Street Walkers to be Punished by Penal Servitude, Police Says; Japanese Still Remaining in Soviet Territory, Light Shed on Their Life by Repatriates; No Cut in Train Service, Normal Service Resumed Next Spring; "Commuter" Robbers, Victimize Farmers; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translations)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 17th

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