- Reuters•16 days ago
Japanese trading house Mitsubishi Corp is scouting for business opportunities in Cuba including infrastructure projects at its Mariel special development zone, a top executive said on Friday. Companies from Cuba's long-term trading partners such as Japan have stepped up interest in the Communist-ruled island since its detente with Washington, seeking to win investment projects before their U.S. competitors turn up. "We are trying to find new business opportunities to establish some infrastructure projects ... as well as new trading opportunities," Mitsuyuki Takada, Senior Vice President of Mitsubishi Corp Global Strategy, told Reuters on the sidelines of the launch of the firm's new Havana office.
- Moody's•18 days agoSony Corporation -- Moody's: Cash holdings of Japanese non-financial corporates increase 4% year-on-year, despite 59% increase in share buybacks
Tokyo, July 07, 2016-- Moody's Japan K.K. says the total amount of cash held by its rated non-financial companies in Japan was JPY31.6 trillion at the end of their respective 2015 fiscal years, up 4% from ...
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