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Taisei Corporation is a Japan-based company principally engaged in the civil engineering business, the construction business and the development business, as well as other business further associated with each business. The Company operates in three business segments. Civil Engineering segment operates business related to the construction of civil engineering works. Construction segment operates business related to general construction of buildings. Development segment operates business related to real estate in general, including sale, leasing, management and placement of real estate. The Company is also involved in the ancillary business related to the construction industry, such as contract research, technology provision and environmental measurement.
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Executive Vice President, Chief Director of Total Sales, Chief Director of Civil Engineering Sales, Representative Director
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Executive Vice President, Chief Director of Western Japan Sales
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Thailand's Centara Hotels & Resorts and Japanese firms Taisei Corporation and Kanden Realty & Development signed a 9 billion baht ($293.64 million) agreement to build a luxury hotel in Osaka, Centara's chief executive said on Wednesday.
The Japan Fair Trade Commission said on Friday that it would press criminal charges against four construction firms for suspected collusion over contracts for an $80 billion high-speed magnetic levitation (maglev) train line.
A Kajima Corp official and a former executive of Taisei Corp were arrested on Friday as part of an investigation into the suspected rigging of bids for a Japanese high-speed rail project, prosecutors said.
* Four firms allegedly agreed to collude since around 2011-Yomiuri
Shares of Taisei Corp fell more than 4 percent on Wednesday after a media report that the Japanese construction firm had asked rival Obayashi Corp to refrain from bidding on a project for magnetic levitation (maglev) trains.
Tokyo prosecutors raided the headquarters of Japanese construction firms Taisei Corp <1801.T> and Obayashi Corp <1802.T> on Tuesday over alleged antitrust violations linked to $80 billion worth of magnetic levitation (maglev) train projects.
Tokyo prosecutors raided the headquarters of Japan's Taisei Corp on Wednesday over alleged antitrust violations linked to $80 billion worth of magnetic levitation (maglev) train line projects, a company spokesman said.
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