Yomiuri

Yomiuri

 

(also Yomiuri Shimbun), one of the largest bourgeois newspapers in Japan. It is published by the newspaper company Yomiuri Shimbunsha (founded in 1874) in Tokyo (since 1874) and also in Osaka (since 1952), Kitakyushu (since 1964), Sapporo (since 1959), and Takaoka (since 1961). The circulation of the morning and evening editions was over 9 million in 1974.

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Censure motion against farm minister Takebe defeated (Asahi, Mainichi, Yomiuri, Nihon Keizai)
The Yomiuri Shimbun said in a dispatch from Beijing that ''many Chinese students may have already entered Japan by using this illegal method and many of them are believed to be working in the country.
6 Kyodo A Yomiuri Shimbun correspondent in Beijing returned to Japan on Tuesday after being expelled from China by state security authorities, the newspaper said.
The approval rate for Prime Minister Naoto Kan's Cabinet plunged to 38 percent in the latest poll, down from 45 percent in the previous survey in early July, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported Wednesday.
Tokyo stocks plummet, sending Nikkei below 8,000 to close at 7,649 (Asahi, Mainichi, Yomiuri, Nikkei)
Masahiko Morino knocked in two key runs with a homer and an infield single, leading the Central League-leading Chunichi Dragons over the Yomiuri Giants 7-4 for their third straight win on Sunday.
The latest Yomiuri Shimbun poll found the support rate for Kan's Cabinet declined to 50 percent, dropping from the 55 percent shown in the survey the newspaper took a week earlier.
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The latest Yomiuri Shimbun poll found the Cabinet support rate declined to 55 percent from 59 percent.