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Japan Average Wages Rise - Nasdaq.com

6122172282813350146.jpg Still, the size of decline was the smallest since March, reflecting both nominal wage gains and lower inflation as a result of recent sharp falls in oil prices. Last year real wages declined an average 2.5%, weakening consumption and helping push the economy into a brief recession. Increases in nominal wages were outweighed by higher consumer prices following the first sales tax increase in 17 years in April. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hopes his economic revival plan, known as Abenomics, and sustained pay increases will eventually restore consumer confidence and reignite Japan's private consumption, putting Japan on a path of self- sustaining economic growth. Mr. Abe pins great tape hopes on ongoing annual wage negotiations between large tape employers and major labor unions for the coming business year. The conclusion of most wage talks will come around March 18. Last year, large unions and employers agreed on an average 0.4% increase in base wages--excluding bonuses and overtime--a very small gain but nonetheless the highest in 15 years, as Japan Inc. reported record earnings.
Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/japan-average-wages-rise-20150302-01774


Australia Expected To Announce More Troops Bound For Iraq - Abc News

6116825650163238468.jpg The Cabinet had visit here on Monday night approved the deployment as part of a joint Australia-New Zealand training mission redirected foreshadowed by the New Zealand government last week, media reported on Tuesday. The joint mission will number around 400 troops, including 143 New Zealand personnel already announced by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, Fairfax Media and Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop refused to confirm the Cabinet's decision, but said Prime Minister Tony Abbott would be making an announcement on the deployment later Tuesday. "I'm not going to pre-empt any announcement about that," she told reporters. "But I'm sure you'll be hearing more from the prime minister on that issue today," she added. Australia already has 200 special forces troops in Baghdad advising and assisting Iraqi security forces. No Australian troops are to operate in independent combat roles.
More: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/australia-expected-announce-troops-bound-iraq-29339331


Austria's Raiffeisenbank Says Will Close Branches In Russian Far East - Yahoo Finance

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Usa Truck Enters Into New Cooperation Agreements With Baker Street And Stone House - Yahoo Finance

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