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Japan's Okada asks Manila bourse to block listing of Universal's unit

One year ago   |   By Reuters

Pachinko tycoon Kazuo Okada has asked the Philippine Stock Exchange to block the proposed listing of Universal Entertainment Corp's domestic unit, saying the Japanese gaming company has no authority to proceed with the plan.
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