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Nebraska Gov. Ricketts and Lt. Gov. Foley to Traveling to Japan in Trade Mission

Nebraska Gov. Ricketts and Lt. Gov. Foley to Traveling to Japan in Trade Mission

Nebraska is looking forward to promote foreign trade and investments. To uphold the cause, on Thursday the governor announced that Governor Pete Ricketts and Lt. Gov. Mike Foley will be traveling to Japan in September. Japan is the third biggest export market for Nebraska.

Solar Impulse Starts its Flight Across the Pacific Ocean

Solar Impulse Starts its Flight Across the Pacific Ocean

On Sunday, Solar Impulse the solar-powered plane started its flight across the Pacific Ocean, which if successful will create a new record.

The plane began its journey at 18:03 GMT from Japan's Nagoya Airfield and will be landing in Hawaii after about flying for 120 hours as per the schedule.

Japan’s Improved First-Quarter GDP Portrays a Recovering Economy

Japan’s Improved First-Quarter GDP Portrays a Recovering Economy

Japan's economy is surely showing improvements leaving behind the recession which the nation experienced last year.

There has been strong upturn in the household as well as corporate sector which has helped Japan to post an unexpectedly vigorous growth for the very first quarter of the year.

Federal Judge Ruled Against Japanese Bank Nomura Holdings

Federal Judge Ruled Against Japanese Bank Nomura Holdings

On Monday, a federal judge in a court room trial, ruled against the Tokyo based, Japanese bank, Nomura Holdings. The judge said that the bank deliberately sold bogus Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage-backed securities during the financial crisis. This is the first decision for a trial related to lenders who were a driving force behind the subprime financial crisis.

Japan Surpasses China as the Largest U.S. Bonds Holder

Japan Surpasses China as the Largest U.S. Bonds Holder

A data released by the U. S Treasury Department on Wednesday revealed that for the first time since 2008 August, in February Japan crossed China as the main US bonds holder.

Though both the nations trimmed their holdings in January, but China aimed for a bigger reduction than Japan.

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