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Sanrio Co Ltd - To Buy Back Up To 1.2% Of Own Shares Worth 2 Billion Yen Through Jan. 31
Sanrio Co Ltd - Received Notification From European Commission Imposing Fine Of 6.22 Million Euros In Relation To Itslicensing Practices In Europe
Sanrio to merge with SANRIOWAVE
Sanrio Company, Ltd. is a Japan-based company mainly engages in the planning and sales of social communication gift products, theme park business and others. Social Communication Gifts business mainly involves in the planning and sales of social communication gifts, as well as greeting cards, publications, the production and sales of video software, and the licensing and management of copyright. The Theme Park business operates theme parks, and plans and provides musicals and others. In addition, the Company is also engaged in the sale and leasing of robots, automobile loan, property and casualty insurance agency business and others.
14F, Gate City Osaki West Tower
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Japanese company Sanrio <8136.T>, which owns the Hello Kitty franchise, was fined 6.2 million euros (£5.5 million) by EU antitrust regulators on Tuesday for preventing cross-border sales of its products in Europe.
* Says its wholly owned U.S.-based unit Sanrio, Inc sells fixed assets to U.S.-based firm Prologis USLV LLC, for $64.6 million (about 7.26 billion yen)
* Says unit Sanrio, Inc will sell assets worth 1.94 billion yen
EU antitrust regulators will investigate whether Nike <NKE.N>, Comcast's <CMCSA.O> Universal Studios and Hello Kitty owner Sanrio <8136.T> illegally block some cross-border sales or ban certain online retailers from selling their products.
EU antitrust regulators opened an investigation on Wednesday into U.S. footwear maker Nike , Comcast's Universal Studios and Hello Kitty owner Sanrio to see if the companies are illegally blocking online sales in the bloc.
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