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Shareholders speak up as corporate Japan opens dialogue

Proposals for dividend hikes and board reforms swell at annual meetings

The days of shareholders merely signing off on a company's proposals at the annual meeting are ending.

TOKYO -- Shareholders of Japanese companies have submitted a record number of proposals for their annual meetings in June, as activist investors push for higher dividends and corporate governance reforms.

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