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Share & Listing Information

Q.1
Where is Mitsui's stock listed?
A.1

Please refer to "Share & Listing Information".

Q.2
When are the record dates for dividends?
A.2

The end of March for year-end dividends and the end of September for interim dividends.

Q.3
When and where does Mitsui hold its ordinary general meeting of shareholders?
A.3

The oridinary general meeting of shareholders is held annually in June. More information is available on our website once the date and place have been established. Please refer to "Shareholder Meetings/The Articles of Incorporation/Rules on Handling Shares".

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