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Manulife Life Insurance Company announced its first quarter financial results for the 2012 Japanese fiscal year (the three-month period from April to June 2012).
By the end of March 2013 or end of the Japanese fiscal year, Honda Taiwan aims to sell 30,000 units and twice as many over the next five years to become a top-three auto brand on the island, planning to invest NT$1 billion (US$30.
The ATD prototype project was launched in Japanese fiscal year 2009 (April 2009-March 2010) in the situation of next-generation fighter development programs in neighboring countries.
In the last Japanese fiscal year, Japan funded 18 projects in Yemen under the Grass-roots scheme with a total amount of USD 1.
Gloucester Coal (ASX:GCL) said it had reached terms for its semi-hard coking coal volumes for Japanese fiscal year 2011 at prices close to 100 per cent higher than those achieved for 2009/10 contracts.
It's intended the sale will be completed by March, the end of the Japanese fiscal year.
Tokyo stocks rebound 3% as investors shrug off dismal Tankan results TOKYO - Tokyo stocks rebounded sharply Wednesday, starting the new Japanese fiscal year with a near 3 percent gain and shrugging off dismal results from the Bank of Japan's Tankan survey.
Japan: Budget requests for Science and Technology (S&T) programs in Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY) 2008 (April 2008-March 2009) have been released by the Council for Science and Technology Policy (CSTP).