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Ex-Exec Points to Accounting Fraud at JDI

Ex-Exec Points to Accounting Fraud at JDI

   Tokyo, Nov. 28 (Jiji Press)--A former financial executive of Japan Display Inc. <6740>, or JDI, has claimed that the ailing company was engaged in an accounting fraud in the past.
   In an email sent to JDI on Tuesday, the executive, who was fired in December last year for embezzling about 578 million yen from the Japanese liquid crystal display panel maker, said the fraud was directed by then top management, the company said Wednesday.

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