Koji Sato, 53, is set to become the CEO of the world's biggest carmaker, after Akio Toyoda steps down to become chairman of the group on April 1.
Seoul to double energy vouchers as heating bills have soared amid high gas prices and extreme cold weather which has made life tough on the Korean Peninsula and north Asia
Young women are particularly wary of traditional childcare roles in Japan which require men to stay at work and women to stay at home, The Guardian said
Honda will prioritise electrification in cars, motorcycles and power generators to keep pace with rivals Tesla and China's BYD, it has said
PM Fumio Kishida warned on Monday that action must be taken immediately to remedy the 'crisis' in a society where the median age is 49, the highest in the world behind Monaco
The weak global outlook has led to subdued manufacturing PMI, in data released on Tuesday, but the services sector and composite data were both up from December
Finance minister said Japan's finances had "increased in severity to an unprecedented degree as we have compiled supplementary budgets to respond to the coronavirus and similar issues"
Taiwan's tech sector is incredibly advanced but it faces an ongoing security threat from China, former NATO Assistant Secretary General Giedrimas Jeglinskas said in the report
The tough stand by Japan's central bank to retain ultra-low rates appears to have cooled a hot market full of speculators who bet the Bank of Japan would drop its rates and bond yield policy
Microchips will dominate global politics for decades and assume a geopolitical importance similar to the discovery of major oil reserves, Intel CEO Gelsinger claims
The Japanese yen fell on Wednesday after the Bank of Japan voted to keep its ultra-low interest rates and bond yield cap
The semiconductor outfit, whose clients include US company Qualcomm, is focusing on cost control in a further sign of pain facing the tech industry