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JAPAN-GERMANY/
RTX6LB0N
February 05, 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks with NEC Corporation's chairman of board Nobuhiro Endo as she visits...
Tokyo, Japan
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks with NEC Corporation's chairman of board Nobuhiro Endo as she visits...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks with NEC Corporation's chairman of board Nobuhiro Endo as she visits NEC Future Creation Hub at the headquarters of NEC in Tokyo, Japan, February 5, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon
JAPAN-GERMANY/
RTX6LB0L
February 05, 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) talks with NEC Corporation's chairman of the board Nobuhiro Endo...
Tokyo, Japan
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) talks with NEC Corporation's chairman of the board Nobuhiro Endo...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) talks with NEC Corporation's chairman of the board Nobuhiro Endo as she visits NEC Future Creation Hub at the headquarters of NEC in Tokyo, Japan, February 5, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon
JAPAN-AUSTRALIA/
RTX1Z6Z5
December 18, 2015
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (C) poses for photos with chairman of NEC corporation Kaoru...
Tokyo, Japan
Australian PM Turnbull poses for photos with chairman of NEC corporation Yano, Fujitsu President Tanaka...
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (C) poses for photos with chairman of NEC corporation Kaoru Yano (3rd L), Fujitsu President Tatsuya Tanaka (3rd R) and other Japanese business leaders before their meeting at Miraikan (National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation) in Tokyo, Japan, December 18, 2015. REUTERS/Koji Sasahara/Pool
VIETNAM
RTR2TG2O
October 31, 2011
Kan Aoki (R) of Japan's NEC corporation introduces the world's first portable human DNA analyzer, which...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Kan Aoki of Japan's NEC corporation introduces the world's first portable human DNA analyzer to Vietnamese...
Kan Aoki (R) of Japan's NEC corporation introduces the world's first portable human DNA analyzer, which takes approximately 25 minutes to perform DNA analysis at crime scenes, to Vietnamese police officers at the sidelines of the 80th Interpol General Assembly in Hanoi October 31, 2011. The meeting, which takes place in Hanoi for the first time from October 31 to November 3, serves as a platform for Vietnam to improve efforts and regional cooperation in preventing and combating transnational crimes, according to local media. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
NEC-LENOVO/PC
RTXWUSZ
January 21, 2011
The NEC logo is seen on a laptop at an electronic store in Tokyo January 21, 2011. China's Lenovo Group...
Tokyo, Japan
The NEC logo is seen on a laptop at an electronic store in Tokyo
The NEC logo is seen on a laptop at an electronic store in Tokyo January 21, 2011. China's Lenovo Group is in talks with Japan's NEC Corp for a joint venture in personal computers, two sources familiar with the matter said, in a deal that would help them close the gap with larger global rivals. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHIPS/
RTR24220
January 30, 2009
A man walks in front of the headquarters of NEC Corp in Tokyo January 30, 2009. NEC plans to cut 20,000...
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks in front of the headquarters of NEC Corp in Tokyo
A man walks in front of the headquarters of NEC Corp in Tokyo January 30, 2009. NEC plans to cut 20,000 jobs groupwide -- the biggest cuts announced by an Asian company so far in the global crisis -- while Toshiba is trimming $3.3 billion in fixed costs by delaying NAND flash chip capex plans. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONG KONG-ITU
RTR1K18A
December 04, 2006
Kaoru Yano, President of NEC Corporation, attends a forum during the first day of the International Telecommunication...
Hong Kong, China
President of NEC Corporation Kaoru Yano attends forum during ITU Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong
Kaoru Yano, President of NEC Corporation, attends a forum during the first day of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong December 4, 2006. Japanese electronics maker NEC Corp. expects its chip business to post a profit in the next fiscal year, Yano said at the event. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
TECH MATSUSHITA NEC MOBILE
RTR1FV8U
July 27, 2006
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano (L) and Matsushita Electric Industries Co. President Fumio Ohtsubo...
Tokyo, Japan
NEC Corp. President Yano and Matsushita Electric Industries President Ohtsubo attend a joint news conference...
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano (L) and Matsushita Electric Industries Co. President Fumio Ohtsubo attend a news conference in Tokyo July 27, 2006. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. and NEC Corp. said on Thursday they would team up to develop mobile handsets and also join hands in a separate venture with U.S. chip maker Texas Instruments Inc. to develop common hardware and software for cell phones. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TECH MATSUSHITA NEC MOBILE
RTR1FV8N
July 27, 2006
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano gestures during a joint news conference with Matsushita Electric...
Tokyo, Japan
NEC Corp. President Yano speaks during a joint news conference with Matsushita Electric Industries President...
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano gestures during a joint news conference with Matsushita Electric Industries Co President Fumio Ohtsubo in Tokyo July 27, 2006. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. and NEC Corp. said on Thursday they would team up to develop mobile handsets and also join hands in a separate venture with U.S. chip maker Texas Instruments Inc. to develop common hardware and software for cell phones. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR17LUP
March 25, 2006
Four-year-old Shunsuke Hidaka talks to Japan's electronic maker NEC Corporation's prototype communication...
Tokyo, Japan
Four-year-old Hidaka talks to NEC Corporation's prototype communication robot PaPeRo at Robot Festa 2006...
Four-year-old Shunsuke Hidaka talks to Japan's electronic maker NEC Corporation's prototype communication robot "PaPeRo" at Robot Festa 2006 in Tokyo March 25, 2006. Over 10,000 people will attend the two-day event, the organiser said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
CANON
RTXNQFE
August 25, 2005
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (2nd L), NEC Corporation President Akinobu...
Tokyo, Japan
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (2nd L), NEC Corporation President Aki.....
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (2nd L), NEC Corporation President Akinobu Kanasugi (2nd R), NEC Machinery Corp. President Isao Takasaki (L) and Anelva Corp. President Aritaka Imamura pose to photographers during a news conference in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Canon Inc., Japan's top copier and digital camera maker, said on Thursday it will pay about 5.1 billion yen ($46 million) to buy 54 percent of NEC Machinery Corp., a unit of NEC Corp.
CANON
RTXNQFD
August 25, 2005
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L), flanked by NEC Corporation President...
Tokyo, Japan
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L), flanked by NEC Corporation Presid.....
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L), flanked by NEC Corporation President Akinobu Kanasugi, smiles during a news conference in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Canon Inc., Japan's top copier and digital camera maker, said on Thursday it will pay about 5.1 billion yen ($46 million) to buy 54 percent of NEC Machinery Corp., a unit of NEC Corp.
TECH CANON NEC
RTRLITY
August 25, 2005
Canon President Mitarai, NEC President Kanasugi, NEC Machinery President Takasaki and Anelva President...
Tokyo, Japan
Canon President Mitarai, NEC President Kanasugi, NEC Machinery President Takasaki and Anelva ...
Canon President Mitarai, NEC President Kanasugi, NEC Machinery President Takasaki and Anelva President Imamura pose in Tokyo. Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (2nd L), NEC Corporation President Akinobu Kanasugi (2nd R), NEC Machinery Corp. President Isao Takasaki (L) and Anelva Corp. President Aritaka Imamura pose to photographers during a news conference in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Canon Inc., Japan's top copier and digital camera maker, said on Thursday it will pay about 5.1 billion yen ($46 million) to buy 54 percent of NEC Machinery Corp., a unit of NEC Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato
TECH CANON NEC
RTRLIRM
August 25, 2005
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L) and NEC Corporation President Akinobu...
Tokyo, Japan
Canon President Mitarai and NEC President Kanasugi smile during news conference in Tokyo.
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L) and NEC Corporation President Akinobu Kanasugi smile during a news conference in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Canon Inc., Japan's top copier and digital camera maker, said on Thursday it will pay about 5.1 billion yen ($46 million) to buy 54 percent of NEC Machinery Corp., a unit of NEC Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05080257 IK/KI
TECH CANON NEC
RTRLIQV
August 25, 2005
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L), flanked by NEC Corporation President...
Tokyo, Japan
Canon President Mitarai and NEC President Kanasugi attend news conference in Tokyo.
Canon Inc. President and Chief Exective Officer Fujio Mitarai (L), flanked by NEC Corporation President Akinobu Kanasugi, smiles during a news conference in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Canon Inc., Japan's top copier and digital camera maker, said on Thursday it will pay about 5.1 billion yen ($46 million) to buy 54 percent of NEC Machinery Corp., a unit of NEC Corp. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/KI
NEC
RTXM3AO
July 10, 2003
A prototype mobile phone that also works as a TV set for digital TV broadcasts shows a TV image on the...
Tokyo, Japan
A prototype mobile phone that also works as a TV set for digital TV broadcasts shows a TV image on t.....
A prototype mobile phone that also works as a TV set for digital TV broadcasts shows a TV image on the air during a demonstration at the Tokyo headquarters of NEC Corporation July 10, 2003. NEC said this is the first trial model in Japan and probably in the world which is capable of receiving digital TV broadcasts. NEC hopes to launch commercial models by 2005.
MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS
RTR2IW
July 02, 2003
A Japanese businessman looks at an electronic stock quotation board
outside a securities brokerage firm...
Tokyo, Japan
A JAPANESE BUSINESSMAN LOOKS UP AN STOCK QUOTATION BOARD IN TOKYO.
A Japanese businessman looks at an electronic stock quotation board
outside a securities brokerage firm in Tokyo July 2, 2003. The Nikkei
average rose two percent in early afternoon trade on Wednesday, as a
rise on Wall Street and improving corporate sentiment in Japan
supported NEC Corp and other large-cap issues, while the market's bull
run boosted banks. REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/FA
MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS
RTR2IM
July 02, 2003
A passerby is reflected on a glass window displaying the stock index
price in Tokyo July 2, 2003. The...
Tokyo, Japan
PASSERBY IS REFLECTED ON A GLASS WINDOW DISPLAYING THE STOCK PRICE IN
TOKYO.
A passerby is reflected on a glass window displaying the stock index
price in Tokyo July 2, 2003. The Nikkei average rose two percent in
early afternoon trade on Wednesday, as a rise on Wall Street and
improving corporate sentiment in Japan supported NEC Corp and other
large-cap issues, while the market's bull run boosted banks.
REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/FA
MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS
RTR2IA
July 02, 2003
Passersby are reflected on an electronic stock quotation board outside
a securities brokerage firm in...
Tokyo, Japan
PASSERSBY ARE REFLECTED ON AN STOCK QUOTATION BOARD IN TOKYO.
Passersby are reflected on an electronic stock quotation board outside
a securities brokerage firm in Tokyo July 2, 2003. The Nikkei average
rose two percent in early afternoon trade on Wednesday as a rise on
Wall Street and improving corporate sentiment in Japan supported NEC
Corp and other large-cap issues, while the market's bull run boosted
banks. REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/FA
MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS
RTR2HX
July 02, 2003
Passersby are reflected on an electronic stock quotation board outside
a securities brokerage firm in...
Tokyo, Japan
PASSERSBY ARE REFLECTED ON AN STOCK QUOTATION BOARD IN TOKYO.
Passersby are reflected on an electronic stock quotation board outside
a securities brokerage firm in Tokyo July 2, 2003. The Nikkei average
rose two percent in early afternoon trade on Wednesday as a rise on
Wall Street and improving corporate sentiment in Japan supported NEC
Corp and other large-cap issues, while the market's bull run boosted
banks. REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/FA
TELECOMS NEC MATSUSHITA
RTRLSAN
August 21, 2001
Matsushita Electronic Industrial Co Ltd President Kunio Nakamura speaks to
reporters as NEC Corporation...
Tokyo, Japan
MATSUSHITA ELECTRONIC PRESIDENT MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT IN TOKYO.
Matsushita Electronic Industrial Co Ltd President Kunio Nakamura speaks to
reporters as NEC Corporation President Koji Nishigaki listens during a joint
news conference in Tokyo August 21, 2001 to announce that they will tie up
on third-generation (3G) mobile phone technology and supply products under
each other's brand names. Japan's top two mobile phone makers put rivalry
aside and said the alliance was "aimed at strengthening a global business
expansion of their technologies and products.

ES/RCS
TELECOMS NEC MATSUSHITA
RTRLSAD
August 21, 2001
Matsushita Electronic Industrial Co Ltd President Kunio Nakamura (L) and NEC
Corporation President Koji...
Tokyo, Japan
MATSUSHITA ELECTRONIC PRESIDENT AND NEC PRESIDENT MAKE STATEMENT IN
TOKYO.
Matsushita Electronic Industrial Co Ltd President Kunio Nakamura (L) and NEC
Corporation President Koji Nishigaki give a joint news conference in Tokyo
August 21, 2001 to announce that they will tie up on third-generation (3G)
mobile phone technology and supply products under each other's brand names.
Japan's top two mobile phone makers put rivalry aside and said the alliance
was "aimed at strengthening a global business expansion of their
technologies and products.

ES/RCS
GROUP JAPAN
RTR15J8Q
July 19, 2000
FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC GREETS NEC ADVISOR SEKIMOTO AS JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER MORI GREETS EC PRESIDENT...
Tokyo, Japan
FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC GREETS NEC ADVISOR SEKIMOTO AS JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER MORI GREETS EC ...
FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC GREETS NEC ADVISOR SEKIMOTO AS JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER MORI GREETS EC PRESIDENT PRODI IN TOKYO.


French President Jacques Chirac (2nd/R), also President of the European Council, greets Japan's NEC Corporation advisor Tadahiro Sekimoto as Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori (2nd/L) meets European Commission President Romano Prodi prior to talks at the premier's official residence in Tokyo July 19. Chirac and Prodi have flown in to Tokyo to attend the Group of Eight summit on the southern island of Okinawa starting July 21.
JAPAN
RTRSSDR
November 29, 1999
NEC Corporation Executive Vice President Kanji Sugihara (C) shakes hands with Hitachi Ltd Senior Vice...
Tokyo, Japan
NEC AND HITACHI ANNOUNCE DRAM JOINT VENTURE IN TOKYO.
NEC Corporation Executive Vice President Kanji Sugihara (C) shakes hands with Hitachi Ltd Senior Vice President and Director Tadashi Ishibashi (R) as they pose for cameras with NEC's LSI Memory Operations Unit Vice President Kenji Tokuyama at a news conference in Tokyo November 29 announcing their new joint venture to develop and market dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) chips. The 50-50 venture, NEC-Hitachi Memory Inc, is scheduled to be set up at the end of December, with operations to begin from April 2000. Tokuyama will become president of the new company.

ES/PB
JAPAN
RTXJ7W0
September 03, 1999
NEC Corporation's new wireless PC, "simplem," is shown at the leading Japanese computer company headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
NEC Corporation's new wireless PC, "simplem," is shown at the leading Japanese computer company head.....
NEC Corporation's new wireless PC, "simplem," is shown at the leading Japanese computer company headquarters in Tokyo September 3. The new product, in which the monitor is designed to resemble a photo stand, was developed for home use in order to save space with the use of wireless peripherals, they said. ??»
JAPAN
RTRQXUN
September 03, 1999
NEC Corporation's new wireless PC, "simplem," is shown at the leading Japanese computer company headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
NEW WIRELESS PC "SIMPLEM" DEVELOPED BY NEC IS SHOWN IN TOKYO.
NEC Corporation's new wireless PC, "simplem," is shown at the leading Japanese computer company headquarters in Tokyo September 3. The new product, in which the monitor is designed to resemble a photo stand, was developed for home use in order to save space with the use of wireless peripherals, they said.

TA/DL
JAPAN
RTXJ58Q
August 27, 1999
Newly-developed robot, R100, lights up as it squeals "konnichiwa" (hello), upon recognising NEC Corporation...
Kawasaki, Japan
Newly-developed robot, R100, lights up as it squeals "konnichiwa" (hello), upon recognising NEC Corp.....
Newly-developed robot, R100, lights up as it squeals "konnichiwa" (hello), upon recognising NEC Corporation Incubation Center Project Manager Yoshihiro Fujita in Kawasaki, west of Tokyo August 26. NEC said the prototype robot is the first of its kind in the world that can identify objects and faces and offer greetings, speaking some 300 colloquial Japanese phrases. It can also control household electronic equipment via voice command, using its infrared rays and video through its built-in cameras. NEC hopes to market the robot by the year 2001.
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JAPAN
RTXJ58O
August 27, 1999
Newly-developed robot R100 lights up as it says "hello" while receiving a pat on its head with fellow...
Kawasaki, Japan
Newly-developed robot R100 lights up as it says "hello" while receiving a pat on its head with fello.....
Newly-developed robot R100 lights up as it says "hello" while receiving a pat on its head with fellow robots by NEC Corporation engineers Toshihiro Nishizawa and Nobuyuki Yamashita at NEC's Incubation Center in Kawasaki, west of Tokyo August 26. NEC says, the prototype robot is the first of its kind in the world that can identify objects and faces and offer a greeting, as well as being able to control other household electronic equipment via voice command, using its infrared rays and video through its built-in cameras. NEC hopes to market the robot by the year 2001.
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JAPAN
RTRQVFH
August 26, 1999
Newly-developed robot, R100, lights up as it squeals "konnichiwa" (hello), upon recognising NEC Corporation...
Kawasaki, Japan
NEWLY-DEVELOPED ROBOT LIGHTS UP IN GREETING IN KAWASAKI.
Newly-developed robot, R100, lights up as it squeals "konnichiwa" (hello), upon recognising NEC Corporation Incubation Center Project Manager Yoshihiro Fujita in Kawasaki, west of Tokyo August 26. NEC said the prototype robot is the first of its kind in the world that can identify objects and faces and offer greetings, speaking some 300 colloquial Japanese phrases. It can also control household electronic equipment via voice command, using its infrared rays and video through its built-in cameras. NEC hopes to market the robot by the year 2001.

ES/TAN
JAPAN
RTRQVFC
August 26, 1999
Newly-developed robot R100 lights up as it says "hello" while receiving a pat on its head with fellow...
Kawasaki, Japan
NEWLY-DEVELOPED ROBOTS UNVEILED BY NEC IN KAWASAKI.
Newly-developed robot R100 lights up as it says "hello" while receiving a pat on its head with fellow robots by NEC Corporation engineers Toshihiro Nishizawa and Nobuyuki Yamashita at NEC's Incubation Center in Kawasaki, west of Tokyo August 26. NEC says, the prototype robot is the first of its kind in the world that can identify objects and faces and offer a greeting, as well as being able to control other household electronic equipment via voice command, using its infrared rays and video through its built-in cameras. NEC hopes to market the robot by the year 2001.

ES/TAN/JDP
MALAYSIA TECH
RTRQFMB
July 09, 1999
NEC Corporation Senior Member of the Board of Directors Tadahiro Sekimoto (L) talks to members of the...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
NEC CORPORATION BOARD OF DIRECTOR TADAHIRO SEKIMOTO TALKS AT PRESSER IN PUTRAJAYA.
NEC Corporation Senior Member of the Board of Directors Tadahiro Sekimoto (L) talks to members of the media while Silicon Graphics Corporation Chairman Bob Bishop looks on during a press conference in Putrajaya, 30 kilometres south of Kuala Lumpur July 9. The leaders of some of the world's top information technology companies said Malaysia's new high-technology zone is a step ahead of rival project in Hong Kong and Singapore.

ZH/PB/CC/WS
JAPAN
RTXIE0G
April 27, 1998
French President Jacques Chirac (C) announces to confer the Legion d'Honneur on NEC Corporation Chairman...
French President Jacques Chirac (C) announces to confer the Legion d'Honneur on NEC Corporation Chai.....
French President Jacques Chirac (C) announces to confer the Legion d'Honneur on NEC Corporation Chairman Tadahiro Sekimoto (L) during his inspection tour of Japan's giant electronics maker NEC Corporation headquarters in Tokyo April 27. Chirac, who arrived April 25 for a five-day visit to kick off the "Year of France" in Japan, received presentation of multimedia network linked with France's Teletel and Information Highway projects, supercomputer-based simulation of the earth's environment, and demonstration of joint Japanese-French CD-ROM game software development. An interpreter seen on the right.
JAPAN
RTXIE0A
April 27, 1998
French President Jacques Chirac (C) introduces David Douillet (R), Atlanta Olympic gold medalist and...
French President Jacques Chirac (C) introduces David Douillet (R), Atlanta Olympic gold medalist and.....
French President Jacques Chirac (C) introduces David Douillet (R), Atlanta Olympic gold medalist and world champion in the men's open judo, to NEC Corporation Chairman Tadahiro Sekimoto (L) during his inspection tour to Japan's giant electronics maker NEC Corporation headquarters in Tokyo April 27. Chirac, who arrived April 25 for a five-day visit to kick off the "Year of France" in Japan, received presentation of multimedia network linked with France's Teletel and Information Highway projects, supercomputer-based simulation of the earth's environment, and demonstration of joint Japanese-French CD-ROM game software development. Douillet is now in Japan as a representative from French sports to attend the opening ceremony of the Year of France.
CHIRAC
RTXIDY7
April 27, 1998
French President Jacques Chirac walks past photographers and TV cameramen as he arrives at Japan's giant...
French President Jacques Chirac walks past photographers and TV cameramen as he arrives at Japan's g.....
French President Jacques Chirac walks past photographers and TV cameramen as he arrives at Japan's giant electronics maker [NEC Corporation headquarters] in Tokyo April 27. Chirac arrived in Tokyo on April 25 for a five-day visit to kick off the "Year of France" in Japan, aimed at helping French companies win a bigger share of the Japan market.
RTRDHSS
April 27, 1998
French President Jacques Chirac (C) introduces David Douillet (R), Atlanta Olympic gold medalist and...
Japan
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC VISITS NEC CORPORATION HEADQUARTERS IN TOKYO.
French President Jacques Chirac (C) introduces David Douillet (R), Atlanta Olympic gold medalist and world champion in the men's open category judo, to NEC Corporation Chairman Tadahiro Sekimoto (L) during his inspection tour to Japan's giant electronics maker NEC Corporation headquarters in Tokyo April 27. Chirac, who arrived April 25 for a five-day visit to kick off the "Year of France" in Japan, received presentation of multimedia network linked with France's Teletel and Information Highway projects, supercomputer-based simulation of the earth's environment, and demonstration of joint Japanese-French CD-ROM game software development. Douillet is now in Japan as a representative from French sports to attend the opening ceremony of the Year of France.

REUTERS
RTRDHSH
April 27, 1998
French President Jacques Chirac (C) announces to confer the Legion d'Honneur on NEC Corporation Chairman...
Japan
FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC VISITS NEC CORPORATION HEADQUARTERS IN TOKYO.
French President Jacques Chirac (C) announces to confer the Legion d'Honneur on NEC Corporation Chairman Tadahiro Sekimoto (L) during his inspection tour of Japan's giant electronics maker NEC Corporation headquarters in Tokyo April 27. Chirac, who arrived April 25 for a five-day visit to kick off the "Year of France" in Japan, received presentation of multimedia network linked with France's Teletel and Information Highway projects, supercomputer-based simulation of the earth's environment, and demonstration of joint Japanese-French CD-ROM game software development. An interpreter seen on the right.

REUTERS
RTRDHS1
April 27, 1998
French President Jacques Chirac walks past photographers and TV cameramen as he arrives at Japan's giant...
Japan
FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC VISITS NEC CORP0RATION HEADQUARTERS IN TOKYO.
French President Jacques Chirac walks past photographers and TV cameramen as he arrives at Japan's giant electronics maker NEC Corporation headquarters in Tokyo April 27. Chirac arrived in Tokyo on April 25 for a five-day visit to kick off the "Year of France" in Japan, aimed at helping French companies win a bigger share of the Japan market.

REUTERS
RTR1S6F
February 12, 1997
Shareholders in British Gas leave a meeting at Birmingham's NEC, February 12, where they voted in support...
United Kingdom
SHAREHOLDERS LEAVE THE BRITISH GAS MEETING
Shareholders in British Gas leave a meeting at Birmingham's NEC, February 12, where they voted in support of demerging the company and changing the corporate name. The retailing and service division will be called Centrica and the pipeline, transportation and exploration will be conducted by BG plc.

BRITAIN GAS
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