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Mon, Apr 27 2015

UPDATE 3-Japan's Inpex wins 5 pct stake in new Abu Dhabi oil concession

TOKYO/ABU DHABI, April 27 - Japan's Inpex Corp became the first Asian oil company to get a stake in a new 40-year onshore oil concession in Abu Dhabi, joining France's Total in developing the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) biggest oilfields.

Nikkei flat in choppy trade; investors pause after recent rally

* Intel capital expenditure cut hits chip-related shares * Drugmakers fall on profit-taking * Obayashi gains after raising earnings outlook By Ayai Tomisawa TOKYO, April 15 - Japan's Nikkei share average was flat on Wednesday as investors took profits on recent gainers such as drugmakers, but expectations that companies will report strong profits supported sentiment. Japanese shares have risen this year on expectations that profits will be pushed up by a weak yen a

UPDATE 2-Japan's Sumitomo warns of first annual loss in 16 years

* To cut resource investment to 10 pct of spending from 40 pct (Adds details of investment plan, President quotes)

UPDATE 1-Japanese aluminium buyer secures lower $380 premium in Q2 -source

TOKYO, March 5 - A major Japanese aluminium buyer has agreed to pay a producer premium of $380 per tonne for metal to be shipped in the April-June period, down from the previous quarter, a buyer source directly involved in the quarterly pricing talks said.

Japan's Mitsui cuts zinc premiums for 1st time in 6 yrs as China exports rise

TOKYO, March 2 - Japan's biggest zinc smelter, Mitsui Mining and Smelting Co Ltd, has slashed its annual premiums to overseas buyers for 2015 by around 10 percent, marking the first cut in six years as rising exports by top user China spill into the region.

RPT-Japan farming reforms a stiff test of Abe's resolve

* Some fear Abe could backtrack to avoid clash before local elections

Japan farming reforms a stiff test of Abe's resolve

* Some fear Abe could backtrack to avoid clash before local elections

UPDATE 1-Nippon Steel takes $583 mln charge on Brazilian unit after oil slump

TOKYO, Jan 29 - Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp said on Thursday it took a 68.6 billion yen ($583 million) charge in the April-December period as a slump in oil prices was hurting profits at its pipe affiliate in Brazil.

REFILE-Japanese rice: the new, safe luxury food in China

SHANGHAI/TOKYO, Jan 26 - First it was European infant formula, then New Zealand milk. Now Chinese consumers are adding Japanese rice to the list of everyday foods they will bring in from abroad at luxury-good prices because they fear the local alternatives aren't safe.

UPDATE 1-Japan's aluminium buyers to pay record high Q1 premiums of $425/T -sources

* Driven by persistently high U.S. spot premiums (Adds comments, details on premiums, background)

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