A Chinese court released a Japanese ship owned by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. after the cargo carrier paid compensation for the loss of two vessels leased from a Chinese company before the two countries went to war in 1937.
Seibu Holdings Inc. President Takashi Goto is seeking to relist Japan’s biggest hotel chain after a nearly 10-year hiatus. Now he needs to court investors made wary by two other recent IPOs that flopped.
Seibu Holdings Inc., owner of Japan’s biggest hotel chain, reduced the size of its initial public offering by at least 73 percent with its largest shareholder opting out after investors balked at the valuation.
Coca-Cola Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp. are among companies pushing demand for transportation of machinery to Myanmar to bottle drinks and make trucks, after the country’s five decades of isolation during military rule.
ANA Holdings Inc. gave Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner a vote of confidence by ordering 14 more of the jets as part of a $16.6 billion shopping spree a year after regulators grounded the composite aircraft.
Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner gained a vote of confidence as ANA Holdings Inc. ordered 14 more of the jets as part of a $16.6 billion shopping spree a year after regulators grounded the composite aircraft.
Yamato Holdings Co., a Japanese delivery company, rose as much as 7.1 percent, the most in two years, in Tokyo trading after the Nikkei newspaper reported it will tie up with China Post to ship products to Chinese homes.