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Fuji

(fo͞o`jē), city (1990 pop. 222,490), Shizuoka prefecture, S central Honshu, Japan, on Suruga Bay. It is an important communications and industrial center producing paper, electrical machinery, automobiles, and photographic film. Rice, fruits, and vegetables are grown in the surrounding region.

Fuji

Mount. an extinct volcano in central Japan, in S central Honshu: the highest mountain in Japan, famous for its symmetrical snow-capped cone. Height: 3776 m (12 388 ft.)
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Fujisan currently provides customers with digital magazines from several publishing companies through its "Fujisan Digital" service.
Fujisan has been an integral part of our digital media business strategies as an affiliate held under the equity accounting method until now.
The new company Fujisan Solar and Wind Energy Corp.
In a bid to ascertain sophisticated aesthetics and greater efficiency, solar panels to be installed by Fujisan will be equipped with advanced Japanese technology, according to the official.
He added, Through Fujisan s renewable energy solutions, the country can achieve economically sound and greener alternative power sources for the next generation.
Fujisan Project Director Jay Maddatu has stated that the newly set up company is committed to facilitate a brighter future for the residents of the country through its strategy to make investments to develop solar power farms and plants across the nation.
Fujisan Shokai, the nation's largest ice cream wholesaler, has given up efforts to restructure its ailing business on its own and plans to apply for court protection from creditors, sources close to the company said Wednesday.
Fujisan Shokai's core ice cream business has been hit hard by a cool summer, and cash flow within the company plunged sharply as business problems were compounded by losses in affiliated businesses such as its golf club investment.
Company sources said Fujisan Shokai is likely to get a financial bailout once the company is under court protection.
UFJ Bank, Fujisan Shokai's principal lender, has indicated that it would provide support to Fujisan through ''DIP finance,'' a lending arrangement aimed at bailing out companies that go through court-sanctioned restructuring.
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