Jiji Tsushin

Jiji Tsushin

 

(Japanese for “Time and Events”), the Japanese telegraph agency; founded in November 1945. Jiji Tsushin is a joint-stock company. It sends out 20 daily information bulletins, nine of them in English, as well as the year-book Jiji Nenkan and the weekly Shukan Jiji. There are approximately 60 divisions within the country and approximately 20 abroad.

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