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Japan prosecutors seek 2-year sentences for Kajima, Taisei execs in maglev bid-rigging trial

  • 04 Jun 2020 01:32
  • 04 Jun 2020 07:35
Tokyo prosecutors today sought two-year sentences for former executives of Kajima and Taisei construction companies for their alleged involvement in collusion over the rapid-train project ordered by the Central Japan Railway, Kyodo reported. Kajima’s Ichiro Osawa and Taisei’s Takashi Okawa are suspected of antitrust violations by rigging bids. Their trail began

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