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Aug 31, 1996

Safety in Numbers

Tokyo conference venues were few and far between on June 27

When nearly 95 per cent of public companies in one of the world's major economies hold their shareholder meetings at the same time on the same day, you would normally expect a glut of stories to emerge. Various contentious issues coming to boiling point. Managements being seriously challenged by shareholder activists keen to have their moment in the spotlight. Maybe the odd large institution publicly throwing its weight behind a critical proposal against management. Not so in Japan. And that's

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