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March, 2016

Mar. 23, 2016

Notice Concerning Recognition of Impairment Loss and Revision of Consolidated Financial Result Forecast

Speaker:
「Press Conference to the Media」
Tatsuo Yasunaga, Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer
Keigo Matsubara, Representative Director, Executive Managing Officer, Chief Financial Officer

「Telephone Conference to Investors」
Keigo Matsubara, Representative Director, Executive Managing Officer, Chief Financial Officer
Kimiro Shiotani, Managing Officer, Global Controller


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