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Lawson Inc (2651.T)

2651.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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24 Nov 2017
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Wed, Nov 22 2017

BRIEF-Lawson and unit to take over partial convenience store business for 4.83 bln yen

* Says it and new unit, which will be established in November, will take over partial convenience store business from CVS Bay Area Inc for 4.83 billion yen in total, effective March 1, 2018

Nikkei advances to 21-yr high, robust earnings brighten mood

TOKYO, Nov 1 Japanese stocks yet again scaled a 21-year high on Wednesday, cheered by booming profits for Japan Inc. including exporters such as Sony and Nitto Denko.

Nikkei jumps to 21-yr high on earnings boost from Sony, other exporters

TOKYO, Nov 1 Japanese stocks scaled a fresh 21-year high on Wednesday morning, cheered by booming profits for Japan Inc. including exporters such as Sony and Nitto Denko.

Japan Inc.'s safety failures point to deeper malaise

TOKYO A series of safety scandals at Japanese companies have put the country's lionized factory floor under scrutiny as manufacturers struggle with increased pressure on costs, stricter enforcement of standards and growing competition.

Japan Inc.'s safety failures point to deeper malaise

TOKYO A series of safety scandals at Japanese companies have put the country's lionized factory floor under scrutiny as manufacturers struggle with increased pressure on costs, stricter enforcement of standards and growing competition.

BRIEF-Lawson Inc's net profit likely grew 4 percent on the year in the six months ended august - Nikkei

* Lawson Inc's net profit likely grew 4 percent on the year in the six months ended August - Nikkei

BRIEF-Lawson could report just over 16 bln yen in group operating profit for first quarter ended in May - Nikkei

* Lawson Inc could report just over 16 billion yen in group operating profit for the first quarter ended in May, down 7% on the year - Nikkei

Japan Inc says shrinking domestic market, worker shortage are biggest headaches

TOKYO Japanese firms say shrinking domestic demand is their biggest worry over the next three years while labour shortages are a close second, a Reuters poll found, highlighting the difficulties of coping with a dwindling and rapidly ageing population.

Japan Inc says shrinking domestic market, worker shortage are biggest headaches

TOKYO Japanese firms say shrinking domestic demand is their biggest worry over the next three years while labor shortages are a close second, a Reuters poll found, highlighting the difficulties of coping with a dwindling and rapidly aging population.

POLL-Shrinking domestic demand tops list of major concerns for Japan Inc

TOKYO, June 21 Shrinking domestic demand and a deepening labour shortage are the biggest headaches cited by Japanese firms as they look three years ahead, the latest Reuters Corporate survey showed. Below are the questions and answers to the poll conducted June 2-15 for Reuters by Nikkei Research. Answers are denoted in percentage points, while poll and reply totals are represented in actual figures. 1. What is the biggest problem for your business over the next three ye

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