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AEON-RESULTS/
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November 04, 2016
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its office building in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon...
Chiba, Japan
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its office building in Chiba
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its office building in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1V
November 04, 2016
A man walks past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon...
Chiba, Japan
A man walks past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba
A man walks past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1U
November 04, 2016
People ride bicycles past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon...
Chiba, Japan
People riding bicycles drive past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba
People ride bicycles past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1T
November 04, 2016
A woman walks past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon...
Chiba, Japan
A woman walks past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba
A woman walks past Aeon Co Ltd's shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1S
November 04, 2016
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co Ltd Soichi Okazaki attends France fair event at Aeon Style...
Chiba, Japan
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co., Ltd. Soichi Okazaki attends France fair event at Aeon Style...
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co Ltd Soichi Okazaki attends France fair event at Aeon Style store in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1R
November 04, 2016
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon...
Chiba, Japan
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its shopping mall in Chiba
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1Q
November 04, 2016
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co Ltd Soichi Okazaki speaks during France fair at Aeon Style...
Chiba, Japan
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co., Ltd. Soichi Okazaki speaks during France fair at Aeon Style...
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co Ltd Soichi Okazaki speaks during France fair at Aeon Style store in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1K
November 04, 2016
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co Ltd Soichi Okazaki attends France fair event at Aeon Style...
Chiba, Japan
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co., Ltd. Soichi Okazaki attends France fair event at Aeon Style...
The Chief Executive Officer of Aeon Mall Co Ltd Soichi Okazaki attends France fair event at Aeon Style store in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTX2RU1J
November 04, 2016
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon...
Chiba, Japan
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its shopping mall in Chiba
Aeon Co Ltd's logo is seen on its shopping mall in Chiba, Japan November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AEON-RESULTS/
RTSQSC0
October 05, 2016
The logo of Aeon Co is seen on shopping carts at its supermarket in Tokyo January 10, 2013. REUTERS/Toru...
Tokyo, Japan
Logo of Aeon Co is seen on shopping carts at its supermarket in Tokyo
The logo of Aeon Co is seen on shopping carts at its supermarket in Tokyo January 10, 2013. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/File Photo
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD2M
July 07, 2015
Women leave a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Women leave a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Women leave a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD29
July 07, 2015
A Tesco Extra store is seen in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A Tesco Extra store is seen in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A Tesco Extra store is seen in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD28
July 07, 2015
Shopping trolleys are seen at an Aeon store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shopping trolleys are seen at an Aeon store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shopping trolleys are seen at an Aeon store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD24
July 07, 2015
Shoppers are seen outside a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shoppers outside a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shoppers are seen outside a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD23
July 07, 2015
A child rides in a shopping trolley at a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A child rides in a shopping trolley at a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A child rides in a shopping trolley at a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD21
July 07, 2015
A worker stacks shelves at an Aeon store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A worker stacks shelves at an Aeon store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A worker stacks shelves at an Aeon store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD1Y
July 07, 2015
Shoppers are seen at a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shoppers are seen at a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shoppers are seen at a Tesco Extra store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TESCO-M&A/AEON-MALAYSIA
RTX1JD1X
July 07, 2015
A Tesco Extra sign is seen outside a store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A Tesco Extra sign is seen outside a store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A Tesco Extra sign is seen outside a store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6, 2015. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd is interested in buying the Malaysian operations of Britain's Tesco PLC, valued at about 900 million pounds ($1.4 billion), people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
JAPAN-AFTERLIFE/WIDERIMAGE
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November 10, 2014
A woman sits behind a sign showing prices of funerals during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman sits behind a sign showing prices of funerals during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest...
A woman sits behind a sign showing prices of funerals during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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RTR4DINX
November 10, 2014
A woman smiles as she is shown her photographic portrait which will be used at her funeral during an...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman smiles as she is shown her photographic portrait which will be used at her funeral during an end-of-life...
A woman smiles as she is shown her photographic portrait which will be used at her funeral during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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RTR4DINV
November 10, 2014
Yoshiya Yoshimura climbs out of a coffin after trying it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiya Yoshimura climbs out of a coffin after trying it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's...
Yoshiya Yoshimura climbs out of a coffin after trying it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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RTR4DINS
November 10, 2014
Kazuo Furumoto (L) reacts as he is shown his portrait that will be displayed at his funeral during an...
Tokyo, Japan
Kazuo Furumoto reacts as he is shown his portrait that will be displayed at his funeral during an end-of-life...
Kazuo Furumoto (L) reacts as he is shown his portrait that will be displayed at his funeral during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Yoshiya Yoshimura lies in a coffin to try it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiya Yoshimura lies in a coffin to try it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest...
Yoshiya Yoshimura lies in a coffin to try it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
A staff member covers Kazuhiko Kitano with a quilt as he lies in a coffin to test it during an end-life...
Tokyo, Japan
Staff member covers Kazuhiko Kitano with a quilt as he lies in a coffin to test it during an end-life...
A staff member covers Kazuhiko Kitano with a quilt as he lies in a coffin to test it during an end-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Noriaki Iwashima looks out of a coffin during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer...
Tokyo, Japan
Noriaki Iwashima looks out of a coffin during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer...
Noriaki Iwashima looks out of a coffin during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Natsumi Niki smiles as she lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Natsumi Niki smiles as she lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's...
Natsumi Niki smiles as she lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 10, 2014
Noriaki Iwashima gestures as he lies in a coffin to try it out during an end-of-life seminar held by...
Tokyo, Japan
Noriaki Iwashima gestures as he lies in a coffin to try it out during an end-of-life seminar held by...
Noriaki Iwashima gestures as he lies in a coffin to try it out during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Kazuhiko Kitano smiles as he lies in a coffin during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer...
Tokyo, Japan
Kazuhiko Kitano smiles as he lies in a coffin during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer...
Kazuhiko Kitano smiles as he lies in a coffin during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Noriaki Iwashima lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer...
Tokyo, Japan
Noriaki Iwashima lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer...
Noriaki Iwashima lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
A staff member covers Natsumi Niki with a quilt as she lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life...
Tokyo, Japan
Staff member covers Natsumi Niki with a quilt as she lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life...
A staff member covers Natsumi Niki with a quilt as she lies in a coffin to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Natsumi Niki lies in a coffin to test it as a staff member prepares to place the lid on it during an...
Tokyo, Japan
Natsumi Niki lies in a coffin to test it as a staff member prepares to place the lid on it during an...
Natsumi Niki lies in a coffin to test it as a staff member prepares to place the lid on it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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November 10, 2014
Natsumi Niki stands in a coffin before lying down in it to test it during an end-of-life seminar held...
Tokyo, Japan
Natsumi Niki stands in a coffin before lying down in it to test it during an end-of-life seminar held...
Natsumi Niki stands in a coffin before lying down in it to test it during an end-of-life seminar held by Japan's largest retailer Aeon Co in Tokyo October 24, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who are have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, literally translated to "End of life" preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. Picture taken October 24, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls feed at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls feed at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston...
Black Angus bulls feed at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
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July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
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July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
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July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured eating at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured eating at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the...
Black Angus bulls are pictured eating at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XW
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XV
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTR3JEMP
April 01, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket adjusts the position of a poster informing discounts of prices as...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket adjusts the position of a poster informing discounts of prices ahead...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket adjusts the position of a poster informing discounts of prices as a sales tax hike increases item prices, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Japanese business sentiment barely improved in the three months to March and is set to sour in the following quarter, a closely watched central bank survey showed, underscoring the challenges facing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in his efforts to reflate the economy out of stagnation. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTR3JELU
April 01, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag under a sign informing a sales tax hike, ahead...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag under a sign informing a sales tax hike, ahead...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag under a sign informing a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Japanese business sentiment barely improved in the three months to March and is set to sour in the following quarter, a closely watched central bank survey showed, underscoring the challenges facing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in his efforts to reflate the economy out of stagnation. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTR3JELT
April 01, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket adjusts the positions of posters informing discounts of prices as...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket adjusts the positions of posters informing discounts of prices at...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket adjusts the positions of posters informing discounts of prices as a sales tax hike increases item prices ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Japanese business confidence improved in the three months to March for a fifth straight quarter, a central bank survey showed, but the pace of recovery slowed and sentiment is seen weakening in the following quarter due to worries that a sales tax hike will dent growth. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD)
JAPAN-TAX/DIAPERS
RTR3JE7R
March 31, 2014
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers (C) are seen on display with other diaper brands at an Aeon Co Ltd's...
Chiba, Japan
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers are seen on display with other diaper brands at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket...
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers (C) are seen on display with other diaper brands at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket outlet in Chiba, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Retailers across Japan have reported shortages of Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers in recent months, with many stores sold out even after imposing rations. At midnight, Japan's sales tax rose to 8 percent from 5 percent. A crush of demand ahead of the first sales tax hike in 17 years has been credited with lifting sales of everything from condominiums to luxury cars -- and raised fears of a sharp downturn in spending over coming months. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/DIAPERS
RTR3JE7L
March 31, 2014
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit...
Chiba, Japan
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit...
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit on Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers on a display shelf at its Chiba outlet, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Retailers across Japan have reported shortages of Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers in recent months, with many stores sold out even after imposing rations. At midnight, Japan's sales tax rose to 8 percent from 5 percent. A crush of demand ahead of the first sales tax hike in 17 years has been credited with lifting sales of everything from condominiums to luxury cars -- and raised fears of a sharp downturn in spending over coming months. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/DIAPERS
RTR3JE74
March 31, 2014
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit...
Chiba, Japan
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit...
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit on Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers on a display shelf at its Chiba outlet, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Retailers across Japan have reported shortages of Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers in recent months, with many stores sold out even after imposing rations. At midnight, Japan's sales tax rose to 8 percent from 5 percent. A crush of demand ahead of the first sales tax hike in 17 years has been credited with lifting sales of everything from condominiums to luxury cars -- and raised fears of a sharp downturn in spending over coming months. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/DIAPERS
RTR3JE6M
March 31, 2014
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers sit on a display shelf at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket outlet in Chiba,...
Chiba, Japan
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers sit on a display shelf at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket outlet in Chiba...
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers sit on a display shelf at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket outlet in Chiba, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Retailers across Japan have reported shortages of Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers in recent months, with many stores sold out even after imposing rations. At midnight, Japan's sales tax rose to 8 percent from 5 percent. A crush of demand ahead of the first sales tax hike in 17 years has been credited with lifting sales of everything from condominiums to luxury cars -- and raised fears of a sharp downturn in spending over coming months. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/DIAPERS
RTR3JE6L
March 31, 2014
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit...
Chiba, Japan
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit...
An Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket staff adjusts a slip of paper informing the two-package-per-family limit on Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers on a display shelf at its Chiba outlet, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Retailers across Japan have reported shortages of Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers in recent months, with many stores sold out even after imposing rations. At midnight, Japan's sales tax rose to 8 percent from 5 percent. A crush of demand ahead of the first sales tax hike in 17 years has been credited with lifting sales of everything from condominiums to luxury cars -- and raised fears of a sharp downturn in spending over coming months. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDHG
March 31, 2014
Staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket update their checkout machines to reflect a sales tax hike, ahead...
Chiba, Japan
Staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket update their checkout machines to reflect a sales tax hike, ahead...
Staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket update their checkout machines to reflect a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, late March 31, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDGQ
March 31, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, late March 31, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDFU
March 31, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, late March 31, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDE2
March 31, 2014
Self-service checkout machines, which are updated for a sales tax hike, are seen ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
Self-service checkout machines, which are updated for a sales tax hike, are seen ahead of the store's...
Self-service checkout machines, which are updated for a sales tax hike, are seen ahead of the store's opening hours at a branch of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, April 1, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDBW
March 31, 2014
New price tags to reflect a sales tax hike are seen ahead of the store's opening hours at a branch of...
Chiba, Japan
New price tags to reflect a sales tax hike are seen ahead of the store's opening hours at a branch of...
New price tags to reflect a sales tax hike are seen ahead of the store's opening hours at a branch of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket, in Chiba, east of Tokyo, April 1, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDBJ
March 31, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, April 1, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDBE
March 31, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket checks new price tags due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket checks new price tags due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket checks new price tags due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, April 1, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDB5
March 31, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket checks new price tags due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket checks new price tags due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket checks new price tags due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, April 1, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-TAX/
RTR3JDAN
March 31, 2014
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
Chiba, Japan
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's...
A staff of Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket changes a price tag due to a sales tax hike, ahead of the store's opening hours at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo, April 1, 2014. Japan's sales tax will rise on Tuesday to 8 percent from 5 percent, the first increase in 17 years and the first step in a two-stage boost that is set to take the levy to 10 percent in 2015 as part an effort to curb the nation's massive public debt. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN/FARMING
RTR3G3D1
March 05, 2014
Yasuaki Fukunaga, president of Aeon Agri Create Co.,Ltd, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Chiba,...
Tokyo, Japan
Fukunaga, president of Aeon Agri Create Co.,Ltd, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Chiba
Yasuaki Fukunaga, president of Aeon Agri Create Co.,Ltd, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Chiba, east of Tokyo February 26, 2014. When it comes to trade policy, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces a choice between the fears of Japan's ageing farm lobby and the hopes of suburban families lined up here - a nearly 20-meter long meat counter at a Tokyo mall showcasing Australian beef. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD)
PARKNSHOP-SALE/
RTX11Y5K
July 25, 2013
Shoppers are seen outside one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside...
Hong Kong, China
Shoppers are seen outside one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside...
Shoppers are seen outside one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a shopping mall in Hong Kong July 25, 2013. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd and state-owned China Resources Enterprise Ltd are among the suitors considering bids for the Hong Kong supermarket business being sold by billionaire Li, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Li's Hutchison Whampoa Ltd conglomerate has set an August 16 deadline for initial bids for the business, with an asking price of up to $4 billion, said the people, who declined to be identified because the sale process is confidential. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
PARKNSHOP-SALE/
RTX11Y5A
July 25, 2013
A shopper walks into one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a...
Hong Kong, China
A shopper walks into one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a...
A shopper walks into one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a shopping mall in Hong Kong July 25, 2013. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd and state-owned China Resources Enterprise Ltd are among the suitors considering bids for the Hong Kong supermarket business being sold by billionaire Li, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Li's Hutchison Whampoa Ltd conglomerate has set an August 16 deadline for initial bids for the business, with an asking price of up to $4 billion, said the people, who declined to be identified because the sale process is confidential. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
PARKNSHOP-SALE/
RTX11Y57
July 25, 2013
Shoppers crowd one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a shopping...
Hong Kong, China
Shoppers crowd one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a shopping...
Shoppers crowd one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a shopping mall in Hong Kong July 25, 2013. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd and state-owned China Resources Enterprise Ltd are among the suitors considering bids for the Hong Kong supermarket business being sold by billionaire Li, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Li's Hutchison Whampoa Ltd conglomerate has set an August 16 deadline for initial bids for the business, with an asking price of up to $4 billion, said the people, who declined to be identified because the sale process is confidential. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CVC/MATAHARI
RTR3CXFV
January 25, 2013
People shop at Matahari retail department store in Yogyakarta January 24, 2013. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd and...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
People shop at Matahari retail department store in Yogyakarta
People shop at Matahari retail department store in Yogyakarta January 24, 2013. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd and a unit of Thailand's Central Group are eyeing a bid for PT Matahari Department Store, a CVC-owned retail group in Indonesia for which the private equity firm is seeking as much as $3.5 billion, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Picture taken January 24. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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