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SEVEN-SAMURAI
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December 16, 2010
Terumo Corp's President Yutaro Shintaku poses at his desk in the company headquarters in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SEVEN-SAMURAI
Terumo Corp's President Yutaro Shintaku poses at his desk in the company headquarters in Tokyo November 30, 2010. As a kid, Yutaro Shintaku, 55, wanted to be an astronaut, or a least a star gazing astronomer. Realism he says, however, pricked that bubble of ambition and instead he says he decided "to join the ranks of salarymen" who were then underpinning Japan's emergence as an economic super power, But the "lost decade" of Japan's economic stagnation took the luster off that aspiration as well. The collapse of Japan's asset price bubble and the economic havoc it wreaked in the 1990s brought him to Japan's leading medical device maker, Terumo, in 1999 after the oil refiner he worked for merged with a competitor. Picture taken November 30, 2010. To match Special Report SEVEN-SAMURAI REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SCI TECH)
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