JAPAN - Electronics giant Hitachi will contribute stock to a newly established employee retirement benefit trust, in a move to improve its pension financing and increase its utilisation of financial assets.
Hitachi will record an extraordinary gain of JPY10bn for the contribution to the employee retirement benefit trust.
However, Hitachi said there would be no change in Hitachi's business forecast for the year ending 31 March 2008.
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