Column: Abolition of YCC, which is highly difficult, BOJ needs to be prepared for paradigm change = Hideo Kumano | Reuters

Hideo Kumano Chief Economist, Dai-ichi Life Research Institute [Tokyo 26th]- Soon the name of the new governor of the Bank of Japan will be revealed. The normalization of monetary policy that person must undertake is likely to be an extremely bumpy road. Perhaps his five-year term will not be enough, and it may take more … Read more

President of Taiwan, war with China is not an option Letter to Pope | Reuters

On January 23, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen wrote in a letter to Pope Francis that war with China was not an option, and that only by respecting the Taiwanese people’s claim to sovereignty and freedom could a healthy relationship with China be possible. He showed the recognition that it is possible to build a strong … Read more

Angle: The Chinese government cannot protect the elderly, and the bereaved families of corona victims are angry | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) – Former high school teacher Ayria was devastated. His 85-year-old father died after showing symptoms of what he believed to be COVID-19. The virus is spreading in the southeastern province of Jiangxi, where the family lives. Hundreds of millions of Chinese people will start moving in time for the Lunar New Year holidays, … Read more

NATO deploys reconnaissance aircraft to Romania to monitor Russian military activities | Reuters

On January 17, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) deployed early warning and control aircraft “AWACS” to an air force base near Bucharest, Romania, to strengthen the defense posture of Eastern European member countries and to monitor the activities of Russian forces. bottom. FILE PHOTO: NATO headquarters in Brussels October 2021. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol [ブカレスト 17日 … Read more

Focus: Is the torture of civilians organized on a large scale, Kherson under Russian military occupation | Reuters

KHERSON, Ukraine (Reuters) – Oksana Minenko is a 44-year-old accountant living in the southern Ukraine city of Kherson. She said she was detained and tortured many times during the Russian military occupation of the city. On January 12, Oksana Minenko is a 44-year-old accountant living in the southern Ukraine city of Kherson. He says he … Read more

Angle: Iran strengthens repression, pointing out that ‘more anger builds up’ | Reuters

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iranian authorities hanged protesters to reveal bodies hanging from cranes. In the months since protests against the government broke out, feared people seem to have disappeared from the streets. Iranian authorities hanged protesters to reveal bodies suspended from cranes. In the months since protests against the government broke out, feared people seem … Read more

China’s corona infection peaks in many areas = state media | Reuters

[北京 10日 ロイター] – China’s state-run media said on Wednesday that officials believed the novel coronavirus infection had already passed its peak in many parts of the country. BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s state-run media reported on Wednesday that officials believe the novel coronavirus infection has already passed its peak in many parts of the country. … Read more

Chinese arriving in South Korea, missing after finding positive for corona, authorities track | Reuters

South Korean authorities said on Monday they were tracking a Chinese national who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus upon arrival and went missing while waiting in a quarantine facility. A picture taken at Incheon International Airport in Seoul in 2023. REUTERS/KIM HONG-JI [ソウル 4日 ロイター] – South Korean authorities announced on the 4th … Read more

Angle: Missing grains and oil seeds, food inflation that will continue in 2023 | Reuters

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The war in Ukraine and the resulting fuel price hikes are expected to hold back global agricultural production in 2023, weather permitting. Supplies are likely to remain tight, even as higher prices give farmers a boost in production. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The war in Ukraine and associated fuel prices are expected to … Read more

Angle: Electric power support to Ukraine in winter, Eastern European countries holding the key | Reuters

Vilnius/Warsaw (Reuters) – A giant transformer built in Ukraine in the 1980s and now disused is being dusted and ready to leave here in Lithuania. He will probably head to Romania in the next few weeks and from there return home to Ukraine. On December 21st, a giant transformer, built in Ukraine in 1980 and … Read more