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ITOCHU Corporation is a Japan-based trading company. The Company operates in seven business segments. Textiles segment expands globally in the fields of textile raw materials, yarn, and textiles, as well as clothing, clothing accessories, and other daily consumer products. Machinery segment involves in handling of infrastructure related projects such as plants, bridges and related equipment / services, as well as other environmental business. Metals segment is engaged in metal mineral resource development business, steel product processing business, and among others. Energy & Chemicals segment is engaged in the trading of a range of energy and chemicals products, including oil, gas, organic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and others. Food segment produces, distributes and sells raw materials and food products. Housing Life segment is mainly involved in the residential business and logistic business. Information & Finance segment provides various financial services and insurance business.
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Itochu Corp and 22 industry players are conducting a joint study into the potential adoption of ammonia as a carbon-free marine fuel, the Japanese trading house said on Friday.
Japanese trading house Itochu Corp said on Thursday it has booked an one-off loss of 88.6 billion yen ($843 million) in the April-December period from a sale of its stake in a coal mine in Colombia to its partner Drummond.
* Itochu aims to speed up turnaround at convenience store (Adds background on convenience store industry)
Activist fund Oasis Management stepped up its demand that Japanese convenience store chain FamilyMart Co pay a special dividend, saying shareholders were otherwise being denied a fair deal in a tender offer by Itochu Corp.
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