Nobuteru Mori

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Nobuteru Mori was a Japan businessman and politician who founded Showa Denko, a leading Japanese chemical engineering firm, in the 1930s.[1] He was also a member of the Japanese House of Representatives.[1]

Mori was the father of Mutsuko Miki, an activist and former First Lady, and the father-in-law of former Japanese Prime Minister Takeo Miki.[1]

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