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Sumitomo Rubber Industries buys back 8.3 mln shares
Sumitomo Rubber Industries to repurchase shares
Sumitomo Rubber Industries to merge with Dunlop Sports
Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. is a Japan-based tire manufacturer. The Company operates in three business segments. The Tire segment manufactures and sells tires and tubes for automobiles, construction vehicles, industrial vehicles, race rallies and motorcycles. The Sports segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of sports items, including golf clubs, golf balls and other golf-related supplies, and tennis-related supplies, as well as the operation of golf tournaments, golf and tennis schools and fitness center. The Industrial Products and Others segment offers vibration suppression dampers, printing blankets, medical precision rubber, slope for wheelchair, and fenders, among others.
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Makers of airless tires such as Japan's Bridgestone Corp. hope driverless cars will herald a breakthrough for their niche technology, which is more than a decade old but underperforms standard tires in every way except resistance to puncture.
Japanese shares made a modest rebound on Tuesday after the previous session's sharp selloff, as investors registered relief after President Donald Trump said the United States had no plan to imminently impose new tariffs on autos imported from Japan.
Japanese shares staged a modest rebound on Tuesday after a sharp selloff in the previous session as investors were relieved by U.S. President Donald Trump's comments that the United States would not imminently impose new tariffs on autos imported from Japan.
A threat by the U.S. government to impose tariffs of up to 25 percent on imported auto parts could hit consumers in unexpected ways: higher repair costs, insurance premiums and even the theft of more cars for their parts, the industry said.
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