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Murata says co, Miraisens sign deal for Miraisens to become wholly-owned subsidiary of Murata
Murata Manufacturing Developed An Ultrasmall Version Of A Mainstay Electronic Component - Nikkei
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Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is primarily engaged in the development and manufacture and sales of components, such as capacitors, piezoelectric products, electronic components of modules, such as communication modules, power supplies and related products. The electronic parts manufacture and sale business is engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of electronic parts and related products, including components for capacitors and piezoelectric products, as well as modules products. The other businesses are engaged in the provision of staff welfare benefits, leasing and management of real estate, maintenance and cleaning of facilities services, the development of software and components.
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Senior Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of Technology & Business Development, Director
Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of Sales, President of Tokyo Office
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Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd will temporarily close a plant in Japan that makes a key electronic component of smart phones, computers and cars, among other products, to fight a COVID-19 outbreak there, a company official said on Thursday.
Electronics component maker Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd will close a key plant in Japan until at least next week, following a cluster outbreak of COVID-19, the Nikkei newspaper said https://s.nikkei.com/3ykOm6S.
Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei Technologies has asked Japanese firms including Murata Manufacturing and Toshiba Memory to increase supplies of smartphone components, the Nikkei reported on Wednesday.
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