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Japan's companies embrace gift-giving to lure investors

TOKYO -- The number of Japanese companies with investor benefit programs reached a record 1,210 as of the end of March, according to consultancy Daiwa Investor Relations. The figure accounts for 33% of all listed companies in Japan. Increased earnings are giving companies more leeway to reward shareholders.

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