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Taiheiyo Cement Corp Says To Buy Back Up To 1.13 Percent Of Own Shares Worth 5 Billion Yen Through March 29
Taiheiyo Cement announces change of president and chairman
Taiheiyo Cement says business alliance with HITACHI CEMENT
Taiheiyo Cement Corp is a Japan-based company principally engaged in the manufacture and sale of cement products. The Company operates in four business segments. Cement segment’s main products include cement and ready-mixed concrete. Resource segment’s main products include aggregates and limestone products. Environment segment’s main products include waste recycling and desulfurization materials. Building Material & Construction Engineering segment provides include secondary concrete products and lightweight cellular concrete (ALC). The Company is also involved in the real estate business, engineering business, information processing business, financial business, transportation and warehousing business, chemical product business, as well as sports business, among others.
Construction - Raw Materials
Daiba Garden City Bldg., 2-3-5, Daiba
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Managing Executive Officer, Director
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Japan's Nikkei share average bounced back on Thursday, with steelmakers leading the gains, after comments from U.S. President Donald Trump revived optimism about trade talks between the United States and China.
Japanese shares gained on Friday as cautious optimism about the prospect of the United States and China reaching a trade agreement lifted investors' risk appetite.
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