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Arcland Sakamoto Announces Tender Offer For Shares Of Lixil Viva
Lixil Group Corp - To Sell Entire Stake In Lixil Viva
Arcland Service Holdings to issue convertible bonds with subscription warrants worth 2 bln yen
ARCLAND SAKAMOTO CO., LTD. is a Japan-based company principally engaged in retailing business. The Company operates through four business segments. The Retail segment is engaged in sales of Do It Yourself (DIY) related products, gardening tools, pet supplies, various materials, office supplies and house articles. The Wholesale segment is engaged in sales of carpenter tools, work tools, architectural hardware, garden supplies and DIY related supplies. The Food Service segment is engaged in operation of restaurants. The Real Estate segment is engaged in leasing of real estate.
Retail (Home Improvement)
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Subsidiary, Representative Director
President, Chief Operating Officer, Representative Director
Managing Director, Chief Senior Director of Sales, Chief Director of Home Center, Director of Product Shop Operation in Main Home Center Unit
Managing Director, Director of Development
Chief Senior Director of External Marketing, Director
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Japanese luxury toilet maker Lixil Group Corp <5938.T> said it is selling its stake in household goods retailer Lixil Viva <3564.T> as it continues to streamline its operations following a high-profile boardroom drama last year.
Japanese shares ended lower on Tuesday, slipping from a 3-1/2-month high hit in the previous session, as a firmer yen weighed on the market, with automakers and chip-related companies leading the decline.
Japanese stocks retreated from a 3-1/2-month high on Tuesday as a firmer yen weighed on the market, with automakers and chip-related companies leading the decline.
Lixil Group said on Tuesday it would discuss the possible sale of its stake in Lixil Viva at a board meeting on the same day, in a deal the Nikkei business daily reported could reach around 100 billion yen ($923 million).
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