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Posted in: Toyota's annual net profit jumps 10.3%; further growth forecast See in context

For the year to March 2022, it now projects an annual net profit of 2.3 trillion yen, up 2.4 percent.

Forecast too conservative. Expecting at least 3 trillion Yen of profit from Toyota this year.

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Posted in: 10 Japanese firms may have links with Myanmar's military junta See in context

Sven asai lol, you think long term growth aspects are looking good for china?

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Posted in: 10 Japanese firms may have links with Myanmar's military junta See in context

@Tom Doley. Lol, what you said makes no sense.

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Posted in: Nissan to sell entire Daimler stake for $1.4 billion See in context

@mmwkdw sorry to burst your bubble but Japan's judiciary is ranked equally with USA and is far better than judiciary of countries like France, Germany, Japan Judiciary is not as bad as you think. In-fact far from it. Sure it isn't perfect but it's not bad at all.

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Posted in: Nissan to sell entire Daimler stake for $1.4 billion See in context

@Samit Basu

man, Mazda's are underrated asf. Love Mazda cars. They've been killing it in recent years in fun to drive experience, design and reliability.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@mrtinjp

Share the link of article which states that HC blamed the state governments for not building the oxygen plants.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@mrtinjp

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.scroll.in/article/993309/fact-check-did-states-fail-to-use-pm-cares-funds-allocated-by-the-centre-to-build-oxygen-plants

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

Building oxygen plants is the responsibility of central government only and state governments are in no way involved in them. I've got detailed official documents regarding the matter. It's a shame that people like you fall gor BJP IT cell's lies.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@mrtinjp link?

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@mrtinjp

https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/delhi-news/you-may-be-blind-but-we-are-not-hc-slams-centre-over-deaths-due-to-scant-oxygen-supply-in-delhi-101620117558840.html

https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/millions-of-vials-of-remdesivir-exported-but-delhi-high-court-slams-centre-2423103

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/you-can-put-your-head-in-sand-like-ostrich-we-wont-hc-slams-centre-over-oxygen-shortage/articleshow/82389117.cms

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

Do you remember the terrorist attacks that went down in India's cities before the current govt came into power? And how many happened once these guys came in?

well, what happened was after Modi came to power, china was effortlessly able to occupy HUGE parts of Indian territory in 2020 and India could do or India did nothing about it.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@jijitsu and i didn't even mention the fact how the health minister of the country was promoting Ramdev baba's coronil as a cure to Covid-19.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@jijitsu

ohh yea, forgot to mention how he's playing politics in oxygen allotment giving BJP rules states more oxygen than the requirement and giving non BJP ruled states Far less oxygen than what's required. the guy is playing politics even when things are THIS BAD.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@jijitsu

And what has Modi done to you? That leader is in power because of so many other reasons..not just religion. 

religion and weak opposition is the only reason Modi is in power despite terrible performance from the time of being in power.

And what has Modi done to you? 

spread false narrative that Hindus are magically naturally immune to coronavirus and using this narrative to recklessly export all the vaccines and medical oxygen in the time India needed them the most. Used coronavirus lockdowns to crackdown minority communities like muslims, slowed down India's economic growth using with reckless implementation of important economic policies like GST, Demonetization, downgrading India's democracy. India no longer has free press, falling in HDI rankings, etc.

Election rallies without masks have been held even in the US when CoVid was at it's peak. Where were you then, with all your expert knowledge? 

Imagine doing so bad that the only idiot left who did worse than Modi is Trump and bolsaro?

And among you all, how many of you really wear Your masks correctly and how many of you have spent time at home during the Golden Week?

seen very few not wearing the masks properly.

if only the citizens have the good sense to social distance, and mask up properly, the scale of the tragedy can really be toned down.

given the percentage of people illiterate in India, it's the duty of the government and the leader in power to convey the message of social distancing and make it easy for people to understand how bad the crisis is. Only then, these people will listen, but the government spent most of it's time downplaying the importance of social distancing, spreading the propaganda that Hindus are magically immune to Covid-19, Arranging and providing full support to kumbh mela, arranging 8 phase elections in states like west bengal , and going all out with HUGE crowded rallies as a part of election campaigning gave the people of india exactly the opposite Idea and unplanned draconian Lockdown of 2020 resulted in loss 35% of India's middle class.

 In India, it's a fact that no government does so.

Military spending takes priority, thanks to the neighbors. All we can hope is that things will change some day.

let's not forget the crores of money spent on statues, PM's personal house etc. seems like for Modi, they are much more important than education and health care sectors of India. After the first wave, every country including India's neighbours spent all of their resources into strengthening their health-care systems and preparing for the upcoming waves and the 2nd and 3rd waves were definitely gonna be much harder to tackle than the first wave but Modi spent most of the money on central vista projects, bengal election rallies, baraccading farmers in the capital city with HUGE fortresses and naming stadiums after his name, Kumbh mela etc. Just the fact that the Indian government made zero arrangements for the stranded migrant labourers in 2020 but spent millions of dollars into arranging special trains and making preparations for kumbh mela tells loads about Modi's priorities.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@mrtinjp In the hospital i mentioned, 28 people died the day my friend's father died and all of them turned out covid+ve but only not even a single people's death was labelled as covid fatalities. Financial Times said that the official Covid death toll in India can be as high as 29 times the official count and i think it's an underestimation.

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

@mrtinjp my childhood best friend in India lost her father yesterday. He showed symptoms of a covid-19 and his oxygen levels dropped significantly. She tried to get him admitted in a hospital and she tried everywhere. After 16 hours of roaming, she was finally able to find a hospital but the hospital (infact all of them) was found to be suffering due to Oxygen shortage. After a few hours of getting admitted into a hospital, he died due to insufficient oxygen which resulted in a heart attack. the body was found to be covid +ve but the officials refused to label it as a death caused by Covid-19 and the cause of death was written down as Heart Attack. THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN IN DELHI OR MUMBAI. THIS HAPPENED IN HYDERABAD. SO I TELL YOU THIS MF, STOP DOWNPLAYING THE CRISIS IN INDIA. IF IT'S THIS WORSE IN HYDERABAD, I'M NOT EVEN ABLE TO IMAGINE HOW BAD THE SITUATION IS IN CITIES LIKE DELHI AND MUMBAI.

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Posted in: Suzuki to halt 3 India plants to divert oxygen for COVID-19 patients See in context

@mrtinjp Yo bhakth.. Kerala is the one and only oxygen surplus state in India.

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Posted in: India tops 200,000 dead as virus surge breaks health system See in context

@runner3 well, Japan offered HUGE loans with almost zero interest rates for India to fight the pandemic.

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Posted in: Horror film director Miike steps lightly out of genre with girl superhero drama See in context

@Monty well, first love was fun.

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Posted in: Lyft to sell autonomous driving unit to Toyota for $550 mil See in context

@Sven Asai well, lyft made 100000+ fully autonomous paid rides. not a bad acquisition if you ask me.

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Posted in: NTT, Fujitsu tie up over next-generation networks beyond 5G See in context

@JJ Jetplane stop wining, get yourself a 5G compatible smartphone and then complain.

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Posted in: Meet Aloma: the Japanese male idol group cheering on moms through the trials of child-rearing See in context

@Pukey2 Japan doesn't need to compete with BTS lol. Way better groups\bands in Japan here.

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Posted in: India's crematoriums overwhelmed as virus tears through country See in context

@KaFKa India doesn't have free press.

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Posted in: Cultural Affairs Commissioner criticizes Japanese music, angering many See in context

Rather, he’s simply trying to say that if Japan ever hopes to achieve greater global fame, it needs to move away from the type of lazy music production that relies on computers to compensate for a celebrity’s innate lack of skill in order to capitalize on their good looks or other marketable qualities.

Just listen to artists like King Gnu (i can type more than a hundred names here). this statement is ridiculous. Japanese music industry is actually a really good industry filled with opportunities (if you remove the idol bulls**t). i've seen thousands of incredible artists who were nobody but became rose to fame through the internet. All this guy gotta do is open up more and more music schools and who said music production done by computers doesn't have heart? many vocaloid songs portray dark themes like suicide, depression etc. and what does he mean by capitalizing good looks? and why japanese music isn't popular? well, bad marketing and that's it.

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Posted in: A tale of two carmakers: GM and Toyota take different electric roads in China See in context

huff... this article is at least a week old and that's before toyota's policy review.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. plan to keep watch on Rakuten after Tencent investment See in context

@Septim Dynasty

Rakuten last month received a combined 242.35 billion yen ($2.2 billion) in investment from Image Frame Investment, Japan Post Holdings Co and Walmart Inc. of the United States. Some 65.7 billion yen came from the Tencent subsidiary.

well, Tencent's investment doesn't seem that high,

United States23.6%

France11.6%

Netherlands11.5%

Singapore10.5%

United Kingdom7.4%

FDI inflows into Japan.

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Posted in: China tech stampede into electric cars sparks auto sector buzz See in context

@Boku Dayo well, none of the companies mentioned in the article can manufacture a decent, reliable car.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

@kwatt IAEA has already did all the inspections last year. Hell, even releasing all of the water into the water in 1 year without any dilution wouldn't result in any major threat to the life in the sea. The radiation being dumped is actually = to that of the radiation of 79 million bananas.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2021/04/12/japan-will-release-radioactive-fukushima-water-into-the-ocean/?sh=269acd4774c4

read this.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

@Tom Doley France, Canada opposed? i don't think so. Taiwan initially was against it but quickly took it back saying it supports the release of water as per the guidelines of IAEA. Korea, China and Russia are alone in this and their motivations are PURELY political.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

Look at this guy @Tom Doley who thinks he knows better than IAEA.

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