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Itochu, Hitachi Zosen Secured Order To Build, Operate Waste-To-Energy Plants In Dubai - Nikkei
Hitachi Zosen Corp - To Book About 7 Billion Yen Loss In Fy2019/20 Q2 Related To Lawsuit Settlement With Seattle Tunnel Partners
Hitachi Zosen Expects To File Earnings Report March 12
Hitachi Zosen Corp is a Japan-based manufacturer, mainly engaged in the design, manufacture, installation, sales, repair, maintenance and operation of environment and plant, machinery equipment and infrastructure equipment, among others. The Company operates in four business segments. The Environment and Plant segment offers refuse incineration and recycle plants, water and sludge treatment plants, energy recovery systems, biomass using systems, denitration catalyst, electric power facilities, as well as sells power. The Machinery Equipment segment provides various processing equipment, such as marine engines, forging machines and boilers, nuclear power related equipment, plastic machineries, food machineries and others. The Infrastructure segment offers bridges, doors for water gates, chimneys, marine engineering equipment and disaster-prevention systems and others. The Others segment operates transportation, warehousing business and harbor cargo handling business.
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Managing Director, Chief Director of Machinery Business, Manager of SR99 Project Measure Office in Main Planning Administration Unit
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Japan's Topix edged lower on Friday as gains in heavyweight chip stocks were capped by investor concerns about Japanese corporate outlook ahead of the earnings season.
Dubai Holding, the investment vehicle of Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, said on Monday it had partnered with five firms to develop a 4 billion dirham ($1.1 billion) energy-from-waste facility.
Japanese shares rose on Monday, lifted by optimism around corporate earnings and U.S. economic recovery, while Nomura Holdings fell the most in a decade after it flagged a potential $2 billion loss.
Japanese shares fell for a second straight session on Friday, dragged down by losses in index heavyweights and technology shares, as rising U.S. bond yields hit investor sentiment.
Japanese shares fell for a second straight session on Friday as overnight declines on Wall Street prompted domestic investors to sell index heavyweights and high-flying technology shares.
Japan's Nikkei index on Thursday dropped to its lowest in one month, as investors sold off heavyweights including SoftBank Group and Fast Retailing, tracking a slump in U.S. futures during the Asian trade.
Japanese shares fell sharply on Thursday as investors sold off index heavyweights including SoftBank Group and Fast Retailing following a plunge in the Nasdaq index overnight.
Japanese stocks reversed course to close lower on Tuesday, as some investors cashed in on the indexes' sharp rally in the run-up to the fiscal year-end this month.
Japanese stocks fell on Tuesday, giving up early gains as some investors booked profits on defensive energy and utility shares before the end of the fiscal year this month.
Japan's Nikkei share average retreated from a more than three-decade high in early trade on Wednesday as investors locked in some profits after a rally, but the market stayed on course for a second year of gains.
Japanese shares hit a more than three-month high on Tuesday, as hopes for global economic recovery with more countries gradually reopening after coronavirus-related lockdowns bolstered expectations for corporate earnings.
Japanese stocks ended lower on Wednesday as an approaching deadline for U.S. tariffs on nearly $160 billion worth of Chinese consumer goods just weeks before Christmas kept investors away from risk-taking.
Japanese stocks edged lower on Wednesday as an approaching deadline for U.S. tariffs on nearly $160 billion worth of Chinese consumer goods just weeks before Christmas kept investors risk-averse.
Japanese shares rose on Monday by the most in a month after data showed China's factory activity and domestic demand picked up, easing concern about the health of the world's second-largest economy.
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