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Nisshin Seifun Group Inc - Signs Agreement To Acquire Australia's Allied Pinnacle Pty Ltd
Nisshin Seifun Group completes share repurchase
Nisshin Seifun Group updates share repurchase status
Nisshin Seifun Group Inc is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the flour milling business, food business, and prepared meals and prepared foods business. The Company operates through three business segments. Flour Milling segment manufactures wheat flour and bran (secondary products) and sells them through distributors. It also sells frozen foods and their raw materials, manages restaurants, and sells packaging materials. The Food Business segment manufactures and sells premixes, pasta, pasta sauces, frozen foods, health foods and pharmaceuticals. Prepared Dishes and Other Prepared Foods segment manufactures and sells cooked noodles, bento boxes, prepared foods, and other cooked foods. The Company is also involved in the manufacture and sale of pet foods, the design, construction and supervision of manufacturing equipment, the manufacture and sale of formed filters, the manufacture and sale of mixed feed, as well as the automobile transportation of cargo and warehousing business.
1-25, Kanda Nishiki-cho
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Executive Officer, Chief Director of Finance & Accounting
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Senior Managing Executive Officer, Director
Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of Business Development, Director
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Japan's Nikkei average dropped on Tuesday, as concerns about global trade revived after U.S. President Donald Trump slapped tariffs on Brazil and Argentina, while weak U.S. manufacturing data also dented sentiment.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei index pulled back from its the highest level in more than a year on Wednesday as conflicting signals from the U.S. government dampened optimism for a preliminary trade agreement with China.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei index pulled back from the highest in more than a year on Wednesday as conflicting signals from the U.S. government dampened optimism for a preliminary trade agreement with China.
Japan's Nikkei lost traction on Friday on downbeat earnings both at home and on Wall Street, erasing some of the previous day's advance which had pushed the benchmark to a 2-1/2-month peak.
Japan's stocks lost momentum on Friday on downbeat earnings both at home and on Wall Street, erasing some of the previous day's rally, which took the benchmark to a 2-1/2-month high.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Wednesday:
Japanese flour maker Nisshin Seifun said on Tuesday it would buy Australia's Allied Mills from private equity firm Pacific Equity Partners for A$574 million ($412 million), in its latest step overseas to offset a shrinking local market.
Sunny skies may allow Canadian farmers to swiftly make up for harvest delays this week, wrapping up a nightmarish season for some.
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