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R&I upgrades Tokuyama's rating to "BBB+" and says positive outlook -R&I
R&I upgrades Tokuyama's rating to "BBB" and says positive outlook -R&I
Tokuyama completes sale of unit Tokuyama Malaysia
Tokuyama Corporation mainly manufactures and sells chemicals, specialty products, cement and functional materials. It has four business segments. The Chemicals segment offers soda ash, caustic soda, calcium chloride, silicate soda, vinyl chloride resin, propylene oxide, isopropyl alcohol and methylene chloride. The Specialty Products segment offers multicrystalline silicon, wet silica, metal cleaning chemicals, high-purity chemicals for electronic industry, environmental-related equipment and others. The Cement segment offers cement and cementitious solidified materials. The Life Amenity segment offers polypropylene film, resin sashes and others. The Company is also engaged in the products sale, real estate management and transportation businesses.
Front Place Akihabara, 1-7-5, Sotokanda
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Senior Managing Executive Officer, Manager of Tokuyama Factory, Representative Director
Managing Executive Officer, Manager of Research & Development, Manager of Tsukuba Research Institute, Director
Managing Executive Officer, Manager of Specialty Products Business, Director
Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of Business Planning, Manager of Purchasing & Logistics, Director
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Japanese shares fell to a one-month low on Thursday weighed by concerns about fresh coronavirus lockdowns in Europe, although companies issuing bullish forecasts during earnings season limited losses.
Japanese shares fell to a one-month low on Thursday as the return of coronavirus lockdowns in France and Germany put a damper on investor sentiment only days before the U.S. presidential election.
Japanese shares edged lower on Tuesday as the deadline neared for a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports, against the backdrop of positive comments from Washington and Beijing on progress in the trade talks.
Japanese shares edged lower on Tuesday on lingering doubts about a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports against the backdrop of positive commentary from Washington and Beijing on progress in trade talks.
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