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Nippon Sheet Glass Co To Buy Back 5,000 Class A Shares Worth About 5.8 Billion Yen
R&I affirms Nippon Sheet Glass's rating at "BB+" and changes outlook to stable from negative
Nippon Sheet Glass intends to raise about 40 bln yen through private share placement - Nikkei
Nippon Sheet Glass Company, Limited is mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of glass products. The Company operates in four business segments. The Construction Glass segment provides sheet glass for construction material market and processed glass for interior and exterior uses. The Automobile Glass segment offers glass products for new automobile assembly and repair uses. The Functional Glass segment offers thin sheet glass for small displays, printer lens and optical components, as well as glass fiber products, such as battery separators and engine timing belt materials. The Other segment is involved in corporate management and other small businesses.
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20F, Sumitomo Fudosan Mita Twin Bldg.
Nishikan, 3-5-27, Mita
Independent Chairman of the Board of Directors
Representative Executive Officer, Executive President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Representative Executive Officer, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Senior Director of Accounting in Group Function Division, Director
Representative Executive Officer, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Director
Executive Officer, Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Director of Human Resources in Group Function Division
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* to raise 40 billion yen ($355 million) in new class-A share issuance
BRUSSELS - UK glass manufacturer Pilkington Group, now part of Japan's Nippon Sheet Glass Co, has lost its appeal against a 357 million-euro (299.96 million pounds) cartel fine after Europe's top court said EU antitrust regulators had calculated the penalty correctly.
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