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FAQs: Management Policy

Q.1

What is Mitsui's management philosophy?

Q.2

What is Mitsui's basic policy on CSR?

Q.3

Please tell us about Mitsui's corporate governance system.

Q.4

Could you explain about Mitsui's compliance system?

Q.5

What are the key performance measures for Mitsui's management?

Q.6

What is Mitsui's dividend policy?

Q.1What is Mitsui's management philosophy?

A.1
Please refer to "Corporate Mission, Vision and Values".

Q.2What is Mitsui's basic policy on CSR?

A.2
Please refer to "CSR".

Q.3Please tell us about Mitsui's corporate governance system.

A.3
Please refer to "Corporate Governance".

Q.4Could you explain about Mitsui's compliance system?

A.4
Please refer to "Compliance and Risk Management".

Q.5What are the key performance measures for Mitsui's management?

A.5
1. Gross Profit, Operating Income and Equity in Earnings of Associated Companies, 2. Trends in the Price of and Supply and Demand for Mineral Resources and Energy, 3. Investment Plans and Financial Leverage.

Q.6What is Mitsui's dividend policy?

A.6
Please refer to "Dividends".

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