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  • September 24, 2021
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Broadcasters led with reports on Prime Minister Suga’s arrival in the U.S. to attend the Quad Leaders’ Summit (NHK), the finding that tests of eased restrictions on people’s activities will be conducted in Hokkaido, Saitama, and Osaka next month (NTV), the recent increase in the number of people visiting clinics for treatment for fever despite the decline in COVID-19 cases (TBS), Princess Mako’s attendance at an imperial ceremony yesterday (Fuji TV), and the unusually hot weather in Japan yesterday (TV Asahi). 

 

Top stories in national dailies included the Quad leaders’ expected agreement on cooperation in outer space and cybersecurity (Yomiuri), the applications for TPP membership submitted by China and Taiwan (Asahi), a survey showing Kono is leading in support among LDP lawmakers for the LDP leadership race (Mainichi), Fed Chair Powell’s announcement of a plan to reduce monthly bond purchases as early as November (Nikkei), and an analysis of the Xi Jinping leadership (Sankei). 

 

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