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Kajima To Buy Back Up To 1.5% Of Shares Worth 10 Billion Yen Through Sept 2019
R&I upgrades Kajima's rating to "A+" from "A" and says stable outlook -R&I
Kajima under investigation by Japan Fair Trade Commission and Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office
KAJIMA CORPORATION is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the civil engineering business, the construction business and the real estate development business.The Company operates through five business segments. The Civil engineering segment is engaged in the civil engineering business. The Construction segment is engaged in the construction business. The Development segment is engaged in the general real estate development business, the design, structural design and other design business, as well as the general engineering business. The Domestic Affiliates segment is engaged in the sale of construction materials and equipment, the contract of specialized work, as well as the general leasing business and the building leasing business in Japan. The Overseas Affiliates segment is engaged in the construction business and the real estate development business in overseas regions such as North America, Europe, Asia and Oceania.
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Executive Vice President, Chief Director of Sales, Director
Executive Vice President, Chief Director of Civil Engineering Management, Representative Director
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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.
Japanese prosecutors on Monday raided the offices of two of the country's biggest construction firms as they expanded an investigation into suspected collusion over contracts for an $80 billion high-speed magnetic levitation (maglev) train line.
Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Monday, led by sharp gains for Toyota Motor Corp after it raised its earnings outlook, while a weaker yen following strong U.S. jobs data underpinned overall sentiment.
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