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Akashi

(ä'kä`shē), city (1990 pop. 270,722), Hyogo prefecture, W Honshu, Japan, on the Harima Sea and the Akashi Strait. Overfishing and marine pollution have hurt what was formerly an important fishing port. Akashi now has a productive heavy steel industry, which dates back to the Korean War.
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To accommodate the increasing demand for cloud services and the needs for data center utilization, Fujitsu will construct new annexes on the premises of its Tatebayashi System Center and Akashi System Center, Fujitsu's two main domestic data centers for eastern and western Japan.
Akashi, led by CEO Marc Blaustein, has been granted orphan designation for Duchenne in both the U.
Seiko is aiming to expand its sales in the higher segment of the market, and Astron's role is very important," Akashi said.
This artwork exemplifies Nelson Mandela's 27 years of incarceration but also symbolize his lifelong brave stand for freedom and equality," Akashi said on his website.
In a news briefing, Akashi said he told Rajapaksa that Japan is 'willing to assist in the efforts to develop the relationship between Sri Lanka and the international community'.
Akashi said at a news briefing that in his meeting with Rajapaksa earlier in the day, he told him that Japan is "willing to assist in the efforts to develop the relationship between Sri Lanka and the international community.
Yildirim said he received information about spans of Akashi bridge for construction of particularly Istanbul-Izmir motorway and the Izmit bridge to be built as a part of this project.
It is up to the Sri Lankan government to define the precise roll," Akashi told reporters in the capital, Colombo.
Akashi called for civilians in the war zone to be protected and for the government to give greater assistance to those refugees from the region who are living in state-run camps in the northeast.
As head of the publishing house Akashi Shoten, the foundation said Ishii ''is exposing the underside of Japan's smooth social surface and bringing difficult subjects to light.
Meanwhile, Japanese envoy Yasushi Akashi will begin a three-day visit to Sri Lanka tomorrow to discuss the "current situation of the peace process and its future.