Kyodo Industry Brief (May 27) -1-.
---------- Nissan, Isuzu to recall minivans, trucks for repairs
TOKYO - Nissan Motor Co. and Isuzu Motors Ltd. will voluntarily recall 264,329 minivans and 157,621 trucks, respectively, to repair faulty parts, the transport ministry said Thursday.
---------- Kadokawa, Dwango form capital alliance
TOKYO - Publisher Kadokawa Group Holdings Inc. and online service provider Dwango Co. said Thursday they have agreed on a capital alliance to promote their business alliance formed last October.
---------- Panasonic to build eco-friendly 'smart town' in Fujisawa
TOKYO - Panasonic Corp. said Thursday it will build an environmentally friendly ''smart town'' of homes and other facilities using solar power generation in Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, in collaboration with eight other companies and the Fujisawa city office.
---------- Softbank to set up subsidiary for renewable energy business
OSAKA - Softbank Corp. will set up a new subsidiary within a few months to build and manage renewable energy power plants in Japan, President Masayoshi Son said Thursday.
---------- Trading house Toyota Tsusho enters biomedicine business
NAGOYA - Toyota Tsusho Corp. said Thursday it has concluded a Japanese agency contract with GH Genhelix S.A., a Spanish maker of biotechnology-based drugs, to enter the biomedicine business.
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|Publication:||Japan Transportation Scan|
|Date:||May 31, 2011|
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