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Itochu Corp (8001.T)

8001.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Thu, Sep 20 2018

HitecVision-backed Verus Petroleum buys UK oil firm Cieco

OSLO, Sept 20 Aberdeen-based Verus Petroleum has agreed to acquire Cieco, a subsidiary of Japanese commodity trading house Itochu for an undisclosed sum, Verus' majority owner, Norwegian private equity firm HitecVision, said on Thursday.

Japan's Itochu to buy stake in EV startup Singulato: sources

BEIJING Japanese trading house Itochu Corp is to invest less than 1 billion yen ($9.05 million) in Singulato Motors, a Chinese smart, connected electric vehicle startup – a deal that might lead to further partnerships with Japanese automakers and suppliers, two people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Japan's Itochu to buy stake in EV startup Singulato -sources

BEIJING, Aug 29 Japanese trading house Itochu Corp is to invest less than 1 billion yen ($9.05 million) in Singulato Motors, a Chinese smart, connected electric vehicle startup – a deal that might lead to further partnerships with Japanese automakers and suppliers, two people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Japanese trader Itochu seeks North Sea sale: document

LONDON Japanese commodity trading house Itochu is seeking buyers for stakes in two North Sea oilfields, a pipeline and a terminal, a document seen by Reuters shows.

Japanese trader Itochu seeks North Sea sale - document

LONDON, June 12 Japanese commodity trading house Itochu is seeking buyers for stakes in two North Sea oilfields, a pipeline and a terminal, a document seen by Reuters shows.

UPDATE 1-Japan's Itochu posts 14 pct rise in annual profit on higher coal prices

* Pays record div in FY17/18, sees higher div in FY18/19 (Adds quotes)

Japanese trader Itochu says annual profit jumps 14 pct to record

TOKYO, May 2 Japanese trading house Itochu Corp on Wednesday said its annual net profit jumped 13.7 percent to a record level in the last financial year, boosted by higher coal prices and a strong performance in its food and retail operations.

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