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Tojo

Hideki . 1885--1948, Japanese soldier and statesman; minister of war (1940--41) and premier (1941--44); hanged as a war criminal
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On the occasion, Yasuhiro Tojo appreciated PARC efforts in agriculture sector.
Yasuhiro Tojo said: 'Non-Formal Education (NFE) has been a consistent priority of JICA since 2004.
JICA Chief Representative Yasuhiro Tojo said: "Non-Formal Education (NFE) has been a consistent priority of JICA since 2004.
So I believe that these 2 projects will not only contribute to the improvement of production of agricultural goods but also to the socioeconomic development in Pakistan." Yasuhiro Tojo said that project would make a significant contribution toward stabilization of the area and essentially focus on agribusiness and value chain development to boost commercial agriculture in Fata.
"Jeff's business experience and leadership abilities are fully aligned with Pharmavite's mission, vision and culture," said Tojo. "He is an accomplished consumer packaged goods chief executive, with extensive global experience."
In conjunction with the new appointment, Noriko Tojo, the company's current CEO, will continue to serve as chair of its board and CEO of Otsuka Medical Devices.
Kurusu met with Premier Tojo before leaving for the United States and claims that Tojo gave no sign of an impending attack.
California-based AWS managed services provider Stratalux has acquired the AWS software division of US-based digital media solutions company Tojo Media, the company said.
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The Yasukuni Shrine honors warcriminals, including wartime leader Hideki Tojo, among the 2.5 million war dead.
Yasukuni also enshrines war criminals including Prime Minister General Hideki Tojo, who was executed in 1948.
IRELAND Lieutenant-Colonel Sean Cosden of the US Defence Attache in the garden of O''Donovan''s Hotel, at the unveiling of a statue of 'Tojo'' a monkey belonging to an American Air Force bomber crew who crash landed their Flying Fortress outside Clonakilty town, West Cork Ireland on April 7 1943.