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'Under control' or uncontrollable?

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe earlier this month told the International Olympic Committee - and, effectively, the world - that the situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is "under control." Inside and outside Japan, not a few are asking, is that really the case?

'Sayonara' to The Nikkei Weekly

The Nikkei Weekly ends its half-century history with this 2,612th issue.

Comiket goes corporate and the 'otaku' who made it popular are fine with that

The gathering of avid anime and comic fans known as otaku is no longer what it once was. Big corporations, covetous of Comic Market, or Comiket, and the hordes of people it attracts, have transformed it.


list 'Under control' or uncontrollable?
list Many biz chiefs see growth
list SE Asia looks east to solve problems (1)
list US wavering on Syria rattles Asia
list Tokyo Electron reaches across Pacific for survival
list Financing issues solved, Sharp remains on dangerous ground
list JR East hopes sophistication sells strong on global market
list Oil majors eye Myanmar gas fields
list China cracking down on bloggers
list High-end massage chairs take relaxation to new levels of 'ahh'
list Chinese land fetching sky-high prices
list Interview: Abenomics, Games to lift local areas
list Trouble ahead for restrictive NISA system
list Investors enchanted by dividend growth that outpaces market
list S Korean rulings on forced labor add layer of frost to ties with Japan
list Japan Business Seminar: Asia's evolution raises questions (and big possibilities) for Japan
list Web of rules ensnaring innovators
list ANALYSIS: Different tax increase, same old arguments
list EDITORIAL: CEOs can learn from Toyoda's leadership
list COMMENTARY: Maglev train raises hopes, challenges
list Panasonic perfecting water purification
list As bubble-era fashions come back, young women learn term 'bodycon'
list Comiket goes corporate and the 'otaku' who made it popular are fine with that