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Mitsubishi Corp (8058.T)

8058.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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BRIEF-HICL Infrastructure says consortium of HICL, unit of Mitsubishi, selected by Ofgem as preferred bidder

* DIAMOND TRANSMISSION PARTNERS, CONSORTIUM COMPRISING CO AND UNIT OF MITSUBISHI, SELECTED BY OFGEM AS PREFERRED BIDDER

BRIEF-Mitsubishi Corp and HICL Infrastructure to spend 180 mln pounds to buy transmission cables and substations- Nikkei

* Mitsubishi Corp and U.K. Fund hicl infrastructure to spend 180 million pounds to buy transmission cables and substations- Nikkei Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-K2M Group announces long-term exclusive distribution agreement with Mitsubishi subsidiary Japan Medicalnext Co

* K2m Group Holdings, Inc. Announces long-term exclusive distribution agreement with mitsubishi corporation subsidiary japan medicalnext co., ltd.

Japan's trading houses offload thermal coal assets amid climate concerns

* Mitsubishi to sell stake in 2 thermal coal mines in Australia

BRIEF-Mitsubishi Corp has decided to sell its interests in a pair of coal mines in Australia- Nikkei‍​

* Mitsubishi Corp has decided to sell its interests in a pair of coal mines in New South Wales, Australia- Nikkei‍​

BRIEF-Glencore to buy Rio Tinto's stake in Coal & Allied for $2.5 bln

* Submits fully funded proposal to acquire Coal & Allied and agrees conditional acquisition of Mitsubishi's interest in coal & allied mines

BRIEF-Greenbrier Companies and‍ Mitsubishi UFJ lease & finance finalize $1 bln​ agreement

* Greenbrier Companies Inc- Co, ‍ Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance finalize agreement for more than $1.0 billion in railcar business in North America​ ‍​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-MC Group reports qtrly net profit of 231.6 mln baht

* Qtrly net profit 231.6 million baht versus 202.3 million baht

Mitsubishi, Mitsui swing back to profitability on surging metal prices

TOKYO Mitsubishi Corp and Mitsui & Co , Japan's biggest and second-biggest trading houses by assets, returned to profitability in the financial year ending in March, boosted by rising prices for coal and iron ore.

UPDATE 1-Mitsubishi, Mitsui swing back to profitability on surging metal prices

* Top five trading houses forecast profit growth (Adds company executives' quotes, analyst comments)

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