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Kyocera Corp (6971.T)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Kyocera Says To Acquire Advanced Ceramic Business Of Germany-Based Friatec GmbH
Thursday, 30 May 2019 

May 29 (Reuters) - Kyocera Corp <6971.T>::KYOCERA TO ACQUIRE ADVANCED CERAMIC BUSINESS OF GERMANY-BASED FRIATEC GMBH.OPERATIONS WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO SUBSIDIARY KYOCERA FINECERAMICS SOLUTIONS GMBH IN AUTUMN 2019.  Full Article

Kyocera to merge with units KYOCERA Display and KYOCERA OPTEC
Friday, 25 May 2018 

May 25 (Reuters) - Kyocera Corp <6971.T>:Says it plans to merge with two wholly owned units KYOCERA Display Corporation and KYOCERA OPTEC Co.,Ltd, with effective date on Oct. 1.Says the two units will be dissolved after merger.  Full Article

Interdigital And Kyocera Corporation Sign Multi Year Patent License Agreement
Wednesday, 4 Apr 2018 

April 4 (Reuters) - Interdigital And Kyocera Corporation Sign Multi ::YEAR PATENT LICENSE AGREEMENT.AGREEMENT COVERS SALES BY KYOCERA CORPORATION AND ITS AFFILIATES OF TERMINAL UNIT PRODUCTS.  Full Article

Kyocera Corp To Raise Capital Spending To More Than 100 Bln Yen In Year Starting April 1- Nikkei‍​
Thursday, 1 Mar 2018 

March 2 (Reuters) - Nikkei::KYOCERA CORP TO RAISE CAPITAL SPENDING TO MORE THAN 100 BILLION YEN IN YEAR STARTING APRIL 1 - NIKKEI‍​.  Full Article

Kyocera announces application of International Financial Reporting Standards
Monday, 26 Feb 2018 

Feb 26(Reuters) - Kyocera Corp <6971.T>:Says it will apply International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as the new accounting method, to replace the current United States-Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.  Full Article

Kyocera Announce Progress Of Development Plan For 480-Megawatt Solar Power Project
Wednesday, 24 Jan 2018 

Jan 24 (Reuters) - Kyocera Corp <6971.T>::KYOCERA AND 7 OTHER COMPANIES ANNOUNCE PROGRESS OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR MAX. 480-MEGAWATT SOLAR POWER PROJECT.KYOCERA - UKUJIMA SOLAR PROJECT ENTERED NEW PHASE WITH INCLUSION OF 5 OTHER PARTICIPANTS: SPCG PUBLIC CO, TOKYO CENTURY, FURUKAWA ELECTRIC, OTHERS.KYOCERA CORP - ABOUT US$1.80 BILLION IN INVESTMENT IS PLANNED FOR PROJECT, WITH A GOAL OF STARTING CONSTRUCTION IN FY2019.KYOCERA CORP - EXPLORING PLAN TO CONSTRUCT AND OPERATE SOLAR POWER PROJECT LOCATED ON AGRICULTURAL LAND ON UKUJIMA ISLAND, NAGASAKI, JAPAN.  Full Article

Ryobi updates business and shares transfer plan
Tuesday, 31 Oct 2017 

Oct 31(Reuters) - Ryobi Ltd <5851.T>:Says it plans to transfer power tool related business, all shares of Ryobi Sales Co and 66.6 percent stake in Ryobi Dalian Machinery Co Ltd to a new unit, which will be established by the company on Jan. 5, 2018.Says the new unit will transfer all shares to the company and the company will transfer 80 percent stake in the new unit to KYOCERA Corporation <<<6971.T>>> on Jan. 5, 2018 .  Full Article

Ryobi to transfer business and shares to unit and to sell stake in unit to KYOCERA
Friday, 29 Sep 2017 

Sept 29 (Reuters) - Ryobi Ltd <5851.T>:Says co plans to transfer power tool related business, all shares of Ryobi Sales Co and 66.6 percent stake in Ryobi Dalian Machinery Co Ltd to a new unit in middle January, 2018.Says the new unit will be established by the co.Says the new unit will transfer all shares to the co and co will sell 80 percent stake in the new unit to KYOCERA Corporation <<<6971.T>>> in middle January, 2018.Says co will hold 33.4 percent stake in Ryobi Dalian Machinery and hold 20 percent stake in the new unit .  Full Article

Kyocera seeking to acquire power tool business of Ryobi
Friday, 1 Sep 2017 

Sept 1 (Reuters) - Nikkei::Kyocera seeking to acquire power tool business of Ryobi for about 15 billion Yen ($136 million), aims to ink deal in current FY ending march 31 - Nikkei.  Full Article

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