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    August 2018 Acquisition of Shares A listed real estate developer consolidated a business and capital alliance with a listed company which involves in the public services business. By tieing up with a public service company, the real estate developer was able to gain an opportunity for the undeveloped area and get even more chance to expand their business. The public service company was able to improve their real estate development capabilities that would lead to an increase in the estate value they hold. As a result of the alliance, both companies were able to generate synergies that would lead to the growth of the revenue.
    April 2018 Acquisition of Shares A listed company which involves in construction business purchased an unlisted company of landscaping contracting business. By expanding customer base of the market and enhancing the line-up of commodities, the purchasing company could aim for the better profitability. The selling company was able to smoothly pass over the business to its successor.
    February 2014 Acquisition of Shares A real estate fund acquired shares of a general contracting company which operates both in Japan and overseas. As a result, the selling company was able to use its resources in other businesses while the real estate fund was able to expand its portfolio.
    November 2010 Acquisition of Shares A construction materials manufacturer sold its shares in an interior construction subsidiary to a major construction management company. The construction materials manufacturer was able to focus its managerial resources while the interior construction subsidiary was able to find more opportunities for growth.
    June 2010 Business Restructuring A company group which owns a construction subsidiary sponsored an unlisted steel-frame construction company which had filed for protection under the Civil Rehabilitation Act. As a result, the reorganization plan of the unlisted construction company was authorized, and the company was able to rebuild its business. The company group was able to make an entry into the steel-frame construction business.
    September 2006 Acquisition of Shares A listed construction consulting company acquired a long-standing midsize civil engineering subsidiary of a listed construction-related company. As a result, the listed construction-related company was able to focus its managerial resources on its construction division while the listed construction consulting company was able to strengthen its peripheral businesses.
    December 2005 Corporate Restructuring A listed construction-related company sponsored a listed general contractor which had filed for protection under the Civil Rehabilitation Act. As a result, the restructuring plan by way of company split was authorized and the company was able restructure the business.
    October 2004 Corporate Restructuring A listed system construction company sponsored a listed air conditioning and drainage works company which had filed for protection under the Civil Rehabilitation Act. As a result, the restructuring plan which centered around transfer of operations was authorized and the company was able restructure the business.