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It cut its rating on Nippon Electric Glass to "neutral" from "buy" and downgraded Asahi Glass to "sell" from "neutral".
29 November 2010 - JCR reiterated today its AA- rating with a "stable" outlook on the senior debts of Japanese Nippon Electric Glass Co Ltd (TYO:5214), as well as the preliminary AA- and J-1+ ratings on its shelf registration and commercial paper programme, respectively.
Case in point: In early August, television glass manufacturer Techneglas, a North American unit of Nippon Electric Glass in Japan, was unable to overcome competition from overseas companies and losses stemming from consumer demand for new technologies such as plasma, LCD and projection sets.
8% from a year earlier for the sixth consecutive monthly fall, reflecting weak demand for personal computers (PCs), the Nippon Electric Big-Stores Association said in a preliminary report Tuesday.
Asahi Glass said the acquisition will allow the firm to control 35% of the global market for glass bulbs for cathode-ray tubes, up from the current 25%, making it the world's largest producer, outranking Nippon Electric Glass Co.
The Nippon Electric Big Stores Association, a consortium of major retailers said last week that PC sales at 3,300 stores across the country had leapt 77.
After graduation he immediately joined what was then known as Nippon Electric Co.
Early last year, AT&T and Japan's Nippon Electric forged a strategic alliance to give both firms an edge in manufacturing electronics equipment.
It's manufactured under a technology licensing agreement with Nippon Electric Glass (NEG) of Japan and is designed for phenolic molding compounds, where it reportedly gives improved flow and surface appearance.
PPG today announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to sell its remaining fiberglass operations to Nippon Electric Glass Co.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 21, 2016-PPG to divest European fibre glass operations to Nippon Electric Glass
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Fujitsu, Renesas, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Adamant Kogyo, Asahi Kasei Micro devices, DENSO, Fuji Electric, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Nippon Electric Company, Sanken Electric