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Raito Kogyo Co Completes Buyback Programme Announced On Nov. 8
Raito Kogyo's R&D center starts business
RAITO KOGYO raises consolidated full-year outlook and year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
RAITO KOGYO CO., LTD. is a company mainly engaged in the operation of construction business. The Construction segment is involved in the civil engineering construction business focusing on slope protection and soil improvement construction works; the provision of contracted construction works, as well as the sale of construction materials. The Others segment is involved in the sale of construction materials; the leasing of automobiles, construction machines and office machines; the management of welfare establishments; the operation of life and non-life insurance agencies, as well as the provision of nursing care services.
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President, Representative Director
Managing Executive Officer, Deputy Chief Director of Business Administration, Director of Finance & Accounting, Director of Operation Promotion
Vice President, Chief Director of Business Administration, Director
Senior Managing Director,Chief Director of Technology Sales
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Rescuers in Japan searched on Monday for 80 people believed to be missing two days after landslides tore through the seaside city of Atami, destroying houses and burying roads under mud and rock.
Japanese shares slipped on Monday, with the Nikkei hitting a two-week low, failing to gain a boost from a Wall Street rally after strong U.S. jobs data, as rising COVID-19 infections in Japan and elsewhere hurt cyclical shares.
Japanese shares slipped on Monday, failing to gain a boost from a Wall Street rally after strong U.S. jobs data, as rising COVID-19 infections in Japan and elsewhere hurt cyclical shares.
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