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Proxy fight to test Japan's corporate governance reform

TOKYO -- Tensions are rising between activist shareholders and Kuroda Electric, a Japanese electronic components trader founded in 1945. An extraordinary shareholders meeting will be held Friday. It will give Japanese companies a fresh look at how to engage with shareholders and the capital market.

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