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Nippon

(nĭp`ŏn, nĭpŏn`), name for Japan, derived from Dai Nippon, meaning Great Japan. The expression comes from the Chinese ideograph for the place where the sun comes from, or Land of the Rising Sun. The term Nipponism has come to imply an extreme Japanese nationalism.
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Nippon Columbia currently trades at around JPY 783 and has a market cap of around JPY 10.
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2 December 2010 - JCR assigned today an A+ rating to the upcoming JPY15bn bond No 11 of Japanese paper maker Nippon Paper Group Inc (TYO:3893), which will be issued on 9 December 2010.
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The decision stemmed from Nippon Food's alleged defrauding of a state-run beef buyback program, ministry officials said.
is owned by a subsidiary of Tokyo Boeki and Nippon Steel and cates to Japanese investors.
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NEW YORK -- Nippon Life Benefits, one of the leading providers of employee benefit solutions, today announced the appointment of Takayuki Murai as President and Chief Executive Officer.