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Mitsui & Co Ltd (8031.T)

8031.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

2,004JPY
18 May 2018
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Wed, May 9 2018

Mitsui expects investment decision on Mozambique LNG project in FY2018/19

TOKYO, May 9 Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co Ltd expects a final investment decision (FID) on a U.S. Anadarko-led offshore liquefied natural gas project in Mozambique in the year to March 31, 2019, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Mitsui to close loss-making grain operation in Brazil by end of 2018

TOKYO, May 8 Japan's Mitsui & Co said on Tuesday it will close its Multigrain unit in Brazil by the end of this year amid fierce competition in the sector that led to years of losses.

Japan's Mitsui to raise stake in Chile's Collahuasi copper mine

TOKYO Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co Ltd said on Friday it will reshuffle its copper assets in Chile, increasing its stake in the Collahuasi mine and selling a small stake in the Los Pelambres mine, boosting its overall copper volumes.

Japan's Mitsui wins bidding war for Australian gas producer AWE

MELBOURNE Mitsui & Co won a three-way bidding war to take over Australia's AWE Ltd , after rival Mineral Resources failed to match the Japanese trading giant's A$594 million (£332.94 million) offer.

Japan's Mitsui wins bidding war for Australian gas producer AWE

MELBOURNE Mitsui & Co won a three-way bidding war to take over Australia's AWE Ltd, after rival Mineral Resources failed to match the Japanese trading giant's A$594 million ($470 million) offer.

UPDATE 3-Japan's Mitsui wins bidding war for Australian gas producer AWE

* AWE shares fall in line with offer price (Adds Mitsui comment)

Japan's Mitsui boosts profit forecast on higher iron ore, coal prices

TOKYO, Feb 2 Japanese trading company Mitsui & Co Ltd on Friday said its April-December profits jumped over 60 percent from the year before and raised its full-year forecast to record levels, boosted by higher prices for iron ore and coking coal.

Australia's AWE serves Mineral Resources notice to match Mitsui offer

AWE Ltd has given suitor Mineral Resources three days to match a A$594 million ($480 million) takeover offer from Mitsui & Co, or it will back the Japanese bid as a superior offer.

UPDATE 2-Australia's AWE serves Mineral Resources notice to match Mitsui offer

* AWE shares hold above Mitsui's A$0.95 offer price (Adds Beach CEO comments on Waitsia)

Japan's Mitsui heats up bidding war for Australian gas producer AWE

Japan's Mitsui & Co has made a $481 million offer to buy Australia's AWE Ltd, trumping bids from two other companies that are vying for a stake in a promising onshore gas field.

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