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Azearth says result of on-site inspection by Japan Fair Trade Commission
Azearth says on-site inspection by Japan Fair Trade Commission
AZEARTH completes share repurchase
AZEARTH Corporation is a Japan-based company that mainly provides protective clothing and other products. It operates through four business segments. The Protective Clothing and Environmental Equipment segment is mainly engaged in the sale of Tyvek protective clothing, as well as equipment for the processing of asbestos. The Tatami Mat Material segment is involved in the sale of general materials related to tatami mats, such as main materials including straw matting, insulation fiber board and polystyrene foam, as well as accessory materials including edges and threads for tatami mats, among others. This segment is also engaged in the installation works related to tatami mats. The Apparel Material segment manufactures and sells linings, interlinings, bagging, quarter lining belts and other accessory fiber materials. The Others segment manufactures and sells textile auxiliary materials to customers.
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Representative Director
President, Representative Director
Managing Executive Officer, Director
Executive Officer, Director of Tatami Mat Material Sales in Main Sales Unit, Director
Executive Officer, Director of Protective Clothing and Environmental Equipment Sales
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Shares of companies highly exposed to China's economy tumbled across Asia on Tuesday on rising concern about the impact of global travel bans associated with a virus outbreak, and even as some stocks involved in preventative health spiked.
Japanese shares slipped on Tuesday, with the Nikkei hitting a three-week closing low, as the new coronavirus spread in China and beyond, prompting authorities to take more drastic measures to contain its outbreak.
Shares of companies highly exposed to China's economy tumbled across Asia on Tuesday on rising concern about the impact of global travel bans associated with a new virus outbreak, and even as some stocks involved in preventative health spiked.
* Suspicions of accounting problems hit Net One System, Aruhi
Japanese shares tumbled on Monday, with tourism-related stocks taking a fresh hit, on fears that a virus outbreak originating from China could be more deadly and harder to contain than initially thought.
Japanese shares staged a modest rebound on Wednesday, as earlier investor panic about the coronavirus in China abated, although hygeine-related firms remained in demand and pressure on the tourism sector persisted.
Japanese shares made modest gains on Wednesday, as earlier investor panic about the coronavirus in China abated, although hygeine-related firms remained in demand and pressure on the tourism sector persisted.
Japanese shares dropped on Tuesday, as investors were gripped by fears that an outbreak of a new coronavirus in China could potentially disrupt an improving economic backdrop following a U.S.-China trade deal.
Japanese shares dropped on Tuesday, with airlines leading the decline as an outbreak of a new coronavirus has spread to more Chinese cities, stoking fears of a wider epidemic that could hamper the economic activity in the region.
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