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2 Japanese Companies Excluded from N.Z. Pension Fund

2 Japanese Companies Excluded from N.Z. Pension Fund

   Sydney, April 15 (Jiji Press)--Two Japanese companies are among those that have been excluded from New Zealand's public pension fund in response to stricter gun control measures following fatal mass shootings last month.
   The NZ Super Fund with 41 billion New Zealand dollars in assets removed seven companies including Japan's Daicel Corp. <4202> and NOF Corp. <4403>, both involved in gunpowder-related operations, according to the fund's announcement Friday.

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