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Yamaha Corp (7951.T)

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Tue, May 1 2018

BRIEF-Yamaha to retire treasury shares

* Says it will retire 5.7 million shares (2.9 percent of outstanding) of its common stock on June 26

BRIEF-Yamaha announces application of International Financial Reporting Standards

* Says it will apply International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as the new accounting method, to replace the current Japan-Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

Motorcycling-Rossi to race on into his 40s after signing new deal

March 15 Italian MotoGP great Valentino Rossi has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the factory Yamaha team into his 40s.

Motorcycling: KTM to partner Tech3 MotoGP team from 2019

LONDON KTM will replace Yamaha as partners to the French-run Tech3 MotoGP team from 2019, the Austrian motorcycle manufacturer said on Monday.

Motorcycling-KTM to partner Tech3 MotoGP team from 2019

LONDON, March 5 KTM will replace Yamaha as partners to the French-run Tech3 MotoGP team from 2019, the Austrian motorcycle manufacturer said on Monday.

BRIEF-Yamaha buys back 1.6 mln shares for 7.32 bln yen in February

* Says it bought back 1.6 million shares for 7.32 billion yen, from Feb. 1 to Feb. 28

4th Circuit says insufficient evidence in Yamaha WaveRunner lawsuit

A federal appeals court has ruled that a South Carolina woman who suffered internal injuries when she fell off a Yamaha watercraft lacked sufficient evidence to support her claims against the company.

BRIEF-Yamaha buys back 1.5 mln shares for 6.66 bln yen

* Says it repurchased 1.5 million shares of its common stock for 6.66 billion yen in total from Jan. 1 to Jan. 31

Vinales extends Yamaha contract to end of 2020

MADRID Spanish MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales has extended his contract with Yamaha for two more seasons until the end of 2020, the Japanese manufacturer said on Wednesday.

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