JAPAN: Nippon Meat chairman set to tender resignation over mislabelling scandal
The chairman and founder of Japan's Nippon Meat Packers Inc. looks set to resign to help rebuild consumer confidence, Japanese media sources reported today [Monday]. Yoshinori Ohkoso, 87, is reported to be finalising the details of his resignation from Nippon Meat, with an announcement expected to come tomorrow. The Mainichi Shimbun and other Japanese newspapers reported that Ohkoso was mulling tendering his resignation.
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