Japan selects 518 listed firms for tighter foreign ownership rules By Reuters

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan on Friday announced a list of domestic firms deemed core to national security that would be subject to tighter foreign ownership rules including big names such as Toyota Motor Corp (T:) and Sony Corp (T:).

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) identified 518 companies out of Japan’s roughly 3,800 listed firms for the new regulations, which took effect on Friday.

For a complete list of companies, go to the MOF website:


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