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Daishowa Paper Manufacturing Company Ltd Corporate Overview June 1999 A Report compiled for the Boycott Woodchipping Campaign
Marubeni Corporation, forming Daishowa-Marubeni International in Vancouver, Canada. From 1974, the Japan based Daishowa-Marubeni International (DMI), took over the responsibility of overseeing Daishowa ...
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Daishowa Paper Manufacturing Company Ltd Corporate Overview June 1999 A Report compiled for the Boycott Woodchipping Campaign
Daishowa's major debtors, particularly the Marubeni Corporation and the Industrial Bank of Japan. These debtors, along with 6 other financial institutions, purchased over 11 million shares in the company. In 1995, Marubeni became Daishowa's largest shareholder. Marubeni ...
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FuelCell Energy Inc - Fuel Cell Today
Direct FuelCell technology with MTU CFC Solutions in Europe; POSCO in South Korea; Marubeni Corporation in Asia; Caterpillar, PPL Energy Plus, Chevron Energy Solutions and Alliance Power in the U ...
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Report on the second India-Japan Energy Forum: Towards Greater Information Sharing and Further Cooperation between India and Japan in the Energy Field
Marubeni Corporation 3. Dr. Pramod Deo, Chairman, Maharastra Energy Regulatory Commission, 4. Mr. Junichi Honda, Manager, Sakura Solar Center, Corporate Solar Energy Group, Kyocera Corporation From left to right; Mr. Junichi Honda, Kyocera Corporation, Mr. Tashiro Kimura, Marubeni Corporation, Mr. D. ...
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SBN Feature Article: September 1998
Japanese: Mitsubishi, Mitsui, Itochu, Sumitomo Corp., and Marubeni Corp. They are bigger than the largest petroleum companies like (Royal Dutch Shell and ... of 32 percent. Sony - Enhancing Green Organizational Development Sony is arguably the most famous Japanese corporation in the world, with worldwide annual sales of $45 billion. The shift in Sony's ...
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Responding to Climate Change 2008 - Development - Carbon Reduction - Saskpower
Saskatchewan and beyond. SaskPower, a Crown corporation owned by the government of Saskatchewan, is the principal supplier of electricity in the province ... carbon capture. To fill this need, SaskPower's Clean Coalâ„¢ Project team formed alliances with Marubeni Canada, Hitachi, Babcock & Wilcox Canada (B&W),Air Liquide and SNC-Lavalin, and Neill and ...
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