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Hulic Co Ltd - Nippon View Hotel To Become Wholly Owned Unit Through Share Exchange
Hulic to issue hybrid bonds worth 50 bln yen
Hulic's Pretax Profit Likely To Rise 10% In Yr Through Dec 2018 - Nikkei
Hulic Co Ltd is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the real estate business and insurance business. It operates through two business segments. Real Estate segment has three kinds of business. The real estate leasing business manages approximately 250 rental properties (excluding real estate for sale) that are owned and managed mainly near stations in the 23 wards of Tokyo. Real estate development business is performed according to the characteristics of the property location. Asset management business is entrusted with asset management business. It also provides real estate rental, building management and cleaning business. The Insurance segment is engaged in non-life insurance agency business such as fire insurance and automobile insurance, life insurance such as fixed-term insurance and endowment insurance, and solicitation business. It is also engaged in the design, repair and construction work on owned buildings, hotel and inn management and agricultural production in Vietnam.
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7-3, Nihombashi Odemma-cho
Chairman of the Board, Representative Director
President, Representative Director
Managing Executive Officer, Director of Finance
Vice President, Representative Director
Senior Managing Executive Officer, Director of General Planning, Director
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Japanese shares inched lower on Tuesday as a slew of corporate earnings failed to meet investors' high expectations for strong profit recovery and as the country struggles with containing the COVID-19 pandemic.
London-based Asset Value Investors said on Tuesday it has submitted proposals to Japan's Teikoku Sen-i Co asking the maker of fire-fighting equipment to boost its dividend and conduct a share buyback.
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