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NOMURA LAUNCHES MAGAZINE TO HELP STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 NOMURA LAUNCHES MAGAZINE TO HELP STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
 NEW YORK, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Nomura Securities, the world's largest securities company based in Tokyo, has launched a magazine aimed at promoting closer economic and cultural ties between Japan and the rest of the world.
 Entitled Japan Scope, the slick, full-color, English-language publication features articles by leading authorities in Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom.
 Nomura said its goal is to provide the world's economic and industrial community with a highly relevant and informative view of Japan's changing global role.
 "In an age of no borders," Nomura said, the company's objective is "to deepen understanding and cooperation between all countries."
 An article in the first issue, "Japan's $20 Billion Hollywood Gamble," by Garth Alexander, Tokyo correspondent for The Sunday Times in London and Variety in New York, reports on Japan's foray into the international movie business.
 The article focuses on globalization of the film industry and how Japanese corporations are pumping money into U.S. entertainment and media companies. It explores the relationships between Sony and its subsidiary Columbia Pictures/CBS Music, as well as Matsushita and MCA, Toshiba/C. Itoh and Time-Warner.
 In another article, "Curing U.S. Ills," Professor James K. Galbraith, of The University of Texas at Austin, offers a prescription for curing America's recessionary ills and challenges that country's economic doctors, claiming that the Presidential election so far has not produced a viable policy to restore or accelerate economic growth.
 Also in the first issue are stories on the success of Tokyo Disneyland; a look at global trends in retail department store alliances; the state of the Japanese economy; U.S.-Japan trade; marketing pop art in Japan; opening U.S. and U.K. markets to Japanese rock artists, and some personal insights into coping with Japanese culture.
 Japan Scope is being sent free to 10,000 opinion leaders, securities analysts, financial writers and others throughout Europe, the United States and Asia.
 A free copy of the September 1992 issue of the quarterly magazine is available by writing to: Mr. P.J. Johnson, Public Relations, Nomura Securities International, Inc., 2 World Financial Center, Building B, New York, NY 10281-1198. For information about the magazine, call: (212) 667-9433.
 For further information, please contact: Mr. Hiroshi Tokura or Ms. Tomoko Aikawa, Corporate Communications Department, The Nomura Securities Co., Ltd., 1-9-1, Nihonbashi Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 103. Telephone: (011-81-3) 3278-0591. Fax: (011-81-3) 3278-0687.
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