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Nissan to Cut New Vehicle CO2 Emissions by 40 Pct by FY 2022

June 8, 2018

Tokyo- Japan’s Nissan Motor Co. said Thursday that it aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions per new vehicle by 40 pct from the fiscal 2000 level by fiscal 2022. The automaker already has a plan to boost annual sales of

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Proxy Adviser ISS Opposes Board Appointments at 4 Contractors

June 8, 2018

Tokyo- A U.S. proxy advisory firm has recommended shareholders to oppose proposed board appointments at four major Japanese general contractors ahead of their shareholders’ meetings in late June. Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. said the management of the four companies are

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Kikkoman to Form Soy Sauce Sales Firms in S. America, India

June 7, 2018

Fontana, Wisconsin- Major Japanese seasoning maker Kikkoman Corp. plans to set up soy sauce-marketing companies in South America and India within five years as part of moves to boost its overseas operations, its honorary chairman, Yuzaburo Mogi, said Wednesday. Mogi

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Data Problems Found for 22 More Products at Ube Industries

June 7, 2018

Tokyo- Ube Industries Ltd. said Thursday that quality data fabrications and other irregularities have been found for 22 more items, on top of earlier announced polyethylene products and limestone aggregates. To clarify management responsibility, its president, Yuzuru Yamamoto, will not

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Mazda to Release Upgraded Roadster in July

June 7, 2018

Tokyo- Mazda Motor Corp. said Thursday that it will release an upgraded version of its Roadster lightweight sports car on July 26. The Japanese automaker enhanced engine performance on the new Roadster, sold as the MX-5 overseas. The vehicle will

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PSE Index climbs more than one percent

June 7, 2018

Stocks surged on Thursday, with the main index climbing more than one percent. The Philippine Stock Exchange gained 114.17 points to climb to 7,803.31. In the broader market, there were 119 gainers, 77 decliners and 44 issues unchanged. Volume reached

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Suruga Bank Slashes FY 2017 Profit on Rise in Loss Reserves over Fraud

June 7, 2018

Tokyo- Scandal-hit Suruga Bank said Wednesday that the regional lender has revised down its fiscal 2017 group net profit by about two-thirds, due to an increase in loan-loss reserves as more fraudulent cases may be confirmed over lending. Following an

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Japan Pump Price Continues Rising

June 7, 2018

Tokyo- The average retail price of regular gasoline in Japan as of Monday rose 1.1 yen from a week before to 152.1 yen per liter, up for the seventh straight week, the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy said Wednesday.

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