TOKYO -- Japan will extend $110 billion in public-private initiatives to help combat global warming at home and abroad over the next five years, The Nikkei has learned.
TOKYO (Nikkei)--Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501) is struggling to cut costs, but it is managing to chip away at its spending, mostly by changing how it procures contract work.
TOKYO (Nikkei)--JFE Engineering Corp. is expanding in fast-growing emerging markets that crave infrastructure projects. It has found that the best way to land these deals is by partnering with local governments.
TOKYO (Nikkei)--JFE Engineering Corp. will sell a system that generates power from industrial waste heat to an Indonesian company, part of plans to expand its energy-efficient technology business in that country.
AMOY (Nikkei)--TDK Corp. (6762) is trying to run a tighter ship, cutting both carbon dioxide emissions and costs by identifying every source of the gas in its operations, focusing especially on 10 key factories in China.