JAPAN: Seven-Eleven announces share buyback plan
Seven-Eleven Japan Co, the largest convenience store chain operator in the county, revealed plans earlier today [Thursday] to buy back up to 1.9% of its outstanding shares. Still subject to approval at the company's annual shareholders meeting on 24 May, the move will involve around 16 million shares, and be worth up to ¥80bn (US$611.9m).
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