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Mon, Aug 25 2014

REFILE-Japan Tobacco not planning M&A in e-cigarette business now - CEO

TOKYO, Aug 25 - Japan Tobacco Inc is currently not interested in further acquisitions of vaporisers or electronic cigarette brands, its president said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Uniqlo to hike prices in sign Japan winning fight against deflation

* Higher prices to be reflected from fall/winter collection

UPDATE 1-Sapporo to revamp popular Goku Zero drink after tax snag

* Japan's complex beer taxes draw industry complaints (Adds details of product, relaunch plans, complex regulatory regime)

Japan retailers target new big spenders - tourists

* Duty-free sales surge as local tax hike crimps spending

Japan department store sales fall in April after pre-sales tax rush

TOKYO, May 1 - Japan's four biggest department store operators on Thursday reported a decline in sales in April, following a surge in March ahead of a rise in the consumption tax.

UPDATE 1-Japan's Lawson, Isetan bid for high-end supermarket chain -sources

* Marunouchi Capital seeking $490 mln including debt -sources

Lawson, Isetan bidding for Seijo Ishii, deal could total $490 mln-sources

TOKYO, April 18 - Japanese investment fund Marunouchi Capital is looking to sell supermarket operator Seijo Ishii Co in a deal worth about $490 million, with Lawson Inc and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd among those involved in the first round of bidding, two sources familiar with the matter said.

UPDATE 2-7-Eleven operator plans record Japan expansion, unfazed by tax hike

* Expects 4th straight record op profit in 2014/15, up 4.8 pct

7-Eleven operator plans record Japan expansion, unfazed by tax hike

TOKYO - Japan's Seven & I Holdings Co , the world's biggest convenience store operator, unveiled plans for a record pace of expansion at home, unfazed by a sales tax hike that threatens to damp consumer sentiment in the world's No.3 economy.

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