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Parent" appears 10 times in the statute: four are legal, six are rights, and there are no mentions categorized as window-dressing or responsibilities.
We do not believe that there have been any cases of so-called window-dressing,'' Sudo said in a written statement.
Prosecutors have also found that the director in charge of the bank's accounting department advised Hiroshi Kubota, 68, then NCB chairman and president, of the window-dressing maneuvers in June 1997, they said.
On Friday, an NCB in-house investigation panel concluded that the current bank management should file a criminal complaint with prosecutors and police against former executives, seeking damages over the alleged window-dressing.
Local stocks ended a hairline higher on Monday, aided by month-end window-dressing activities while investors mulled the impact of recent US immigration restrictions.
Local stocks are seen to draw some strength from month-end window-dressing activities alongside bargain-hunting but any upside this week is likely to be capped by prospects of a nearing US interest rate hike.
THE LOCAL stock market is seen being perked up by the start of yearend window-dressing this week, supporting the seasonal Santa Claus rally.