Shareholders' Meetings Peak in Japan amid Virus Outbreak
Tokyo, June 26 (Jiji Press)--The season for shareholders' meetings of Japanese companies hit its peak on Friday, with a variety of measures adopted to prevent participants from being infected with the new coronavirus.
According to a tally by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, 747 companies, or 33 pct of TSE-listed companies with their annual books closed at the end of March, held their shareholders' meetings on Friday.
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