There have been difficult times due to various reasons, but when we look back we see there was never a time when we moved backward, though there were times when we waveredS. Korea, Japan respond to economic mess Jan 12, 2009
The financial crisis triggered by the United States is beginning to affect the actual economy with unusual speedJapan considers $139 billion in stimulus Dec 13, 2008
This great international depression is said to be one in 100 years, and Japan cannot escape this tsunamiJapan considers $139 billion in stimulus Dec 13, 2008
I have not forgotten that the peace and prosperity of Japan today has been built on the grave sacrifices of those who perished in the warBattle of Okinawa anniversary marked Jun 23, 2009
Considering that the plaintiffs are aging and they have fought this legal battle so long, we have decided to introduce the new policies to bring relief to them swiftly by paying respect to the legal decisionJapan acknowledges Hiroshima illnesses Aug 06, 2009
Aso at the 2009 World Economic Forum.
Taro Aso (麻生太郎, Asō Tarō?, born September 20, 1940) is the current Prime Minister of Japan, having taken office on September 24, 2008. He is also President of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), and has served in the House of Representatives since 1979.
He was Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2005 to 2007, and was Secretary-General of the LDP briefly in 2007 and in 2008.