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Mitsubishi Electric Corp (6503.T)

6503.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Mitsubishi Electric Launches New Elevator And Escalator Company In Laos
Thursday, 20 Jun 2019 

June 19 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Electric Corp <6503.T>::MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC LAUNCHES NEW ELEVATOR AND ESCALATOR COMPANY IN LAOS.NEW COMPANY, WHICH WAS ESTABLISHED BY MITSUBISHI ELEVATOR (THAILAND) CO WILL COMMENCE OPERATIONS ON JULY 1, 2019.MITSUBISHI - ANNUAL SALES IN LAOS EXPECTED TO RISE TO $3.82 MILLION BY FISCAL YEAR ENDING IN MARCH 2024, UP 50% FROM FISCAL YEAR THAT ENDED IN MARCH 2019.  Full Article

CUI Global Says Unit Signs Cooperation Agreement With Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV
Tuesday, 6 Nov 2018 

Nov 6 (Reuters) - CUI Global Inc ::CUI GLOBAL SUBSIDIARY ORBITAL GAS SYSTEMS SIGNS COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE BV TO ENHANCE RTU AND BIOMETHANE PRODUCT LINES.CUI GLOBAL - MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC TO PROVIDE HARDWARE PRODUCT PLATFORM, TECHNICAL SUPPORT, ORBITAL TO CONTRIBUTE SYSTEM DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION EXPERTISE.  Full Article

Mitsubishi Electric's Operating Margin For Year Ending March Could Reach As High As 7.7% - Nikkei
Wednesday, 20 Dec 2017 

Dec 21 (Reuters) - Nikkei::MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC'S OPERATING MARGIN FOR YEAR ENDING MARCH COULD REACH AS HIGH AS 7.7% WITH OPERATING PROFIT OF 315 BILLION YEN EXPECTED - NIKKEI.HITACHI'S OPERATING MARGIN FOR YEAR ENDING MARCH COULD REACH 8% AS OPERATING PROFIT MAY BEAT ITS 660 BILLION YEN FORECAST BY OVER 30 MILLION YEN - NIKKEI.  Full Article

Hitachi Will Acquire Mitsubishi Electric's Particle Therapy Equipment Business- Nikkei
Friday, 8 Dec 2017 

Dec 8 (Reuters) - Nikkei::HITACHI WILL ACQUIRE MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC'S PARTICLE THERAPY EQUIPMENT BUSINESS- NIKKEI.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-Israel's Cellcom swings to Q1 loss, revenue slips

TEL AVIV, May 28 Israel's largest mobile phone operator Cellcom swung to a loss in the first quarter, it said on Tuesday, blaming intense competition and price erosion in cellular services.