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Jal : NM : USA | Jan 26, 2010 at 8:01 PM PST
Source: Japan Today
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Under the plan being crafted, the sources said Willcom and the turnaround body plan to have banks and other creditors waive more than 100 billion yen. Willcom the following year after its shares were sold to Carlyle and Kyocera. Kazuo Inamori, Kyocera’s honorary chairman and founder, serves as director... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Today
 
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