Seto


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Seto

(sā`tō), city (1990 pop. 126,340), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It has been an important porcelain center since the 13th cent.
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Seto, who has 25 years of commercial banking experience, will be responsible for expanding Opus' commercial and corporate client base in Orange County, California.
The Seto Shinkin Bank, which is a cooperative financial institution, serves the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises and local residents in Japan, and has a fund size of over 1.
Seto, who won 200 the individual medley on Tuesday, clocked 4 minutes 12.
Seto was behind the marketing drive of this new product that eventually became a top beer brand.
He also said it is unclear if Seto has been released from the hospital or suffered any permanent damage.
4 April 2011 - JCR confirmed Monday the A- rating with a "stable" outlook on the senior debts of Japanese Seto Shinkin Bank.
Seto is steered by the nunchuck, while the Wiimote doubles as his torch.
Taking on this important role, I feel deep respect and gratitude for what my predecessors and the current members of JCB have achieved in spite of the unsettled world situation over the past several years," said Seto.
In the mid-1990s, Edmund Seto of the University of California, Berkeley was approached by colleagues from China to help find high-risk areas and monitor the spread of the disease as the environment changes during the country's rapid development.
Acting as a hub in the network of islands within the Seto Inland Sea, Takamatsu City is also the prefectural capital of Kagawa, on Shikoku, in Western Japan.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-6 April 2010-JCR keeps Seto Shinkin Bank's senior debts at A-, outlook "stable"(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.