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Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Holdings Bought Back Own Shares For 5.276 Billion Yen Yen On Nov. 12-30
Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Holdings to repurchase up to 5.8 pct shares
Ricoh sells all 8.3 pct stake in Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Holdings for totaling 55.92 bln yen
Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Holdings Inc is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the beverage business. The Company operates in two business segments. The Beverages segment is engaged in the purchasing, manufacture, sale, bottling, packaging, distribution and marketing of carbonated drinks such as coca and cola, coffee and tea beverages, and mineral water in Japan, as well as vending machine related business, real estate business, insurance agency, the procurement of raw materials and materials, the development and maintenance of information systems. The Healthcare and Skincare segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of green juice made from kale, health foods and cosmetics and related products, as well as investment business.
Midtown Tower, 9-7-1, Akasaka
President, President of Subsidiary, Representative Director
Bjorn I. Ulgenes
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Director of Finance, Vice President, Representative Director
Executive Officer, Chief Director of IR & Corporate Communication
Irial P. Finan
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The widening economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak and soft consumption are forcing the Bank of Japan to message more strongly that it is no longer inclined to chase its elusive 2% inflation target, sources familiar with its thinking say.
* Dwindling tool-kit, weak recovery keep BOJ's eyes on growth
Japan's annual core consumer inflation slowed in February as gasoline costs fell for the first time in more than two years, keeping the central bank under pressure to maintain, or even ramp up, stimulus to accelerate price growth to its 2 percent target.
Japan's food firms, once seen as a rare group of winners in the country's fight against deflation, are falling out of favor with investors as consumers reject price hikes on many household products.
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