BUSINESS

Kyowa Kirin to Delay 100 Billion Yen Profit Goal, Plans 1st Voluntary Redundancy Program

February 6, 2019
Kyowa Hakko Kirin is pushing back its timeline for a core operating profit target of 100 billion yen originally set for 2020, with President and COO Masashi Miyamoto saying on February 5 that the company aims to reach the goal…

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