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For one of the largest business entities in the world, this is an embarrassingly short entry. -- Metahacker 19:55, 23 December 2005 (UTC) agreed What is really needed in this article is stuff about the companies ongoing projects and business deals including chicle production. and you say it is one of the largest publicly traded companies so where is it traded, stock symbol, etc. also I heard about the DPF scandal regarding this company and nothing was mentioned on this page or on the DPF page,so please add something about it!!!!!!!!!!!
Claim 85 "Additionally in October 2005 the employee was specifically named as a victim of discrimination at the sworn deposition testimony of Susan Gurnett, a former Mitsui USA employee who brought a federal gender and racial discrimination law suit against Mitsui USA. Steven Menzer, the Human Resources Official at the company attended the deposition and was at all times aware of the employee's complaints. Upon information and belief and rotational Japanese Manager in the HR Division also attended the deposition with Mr. Menzer and heard the testimony regarding the employee as a victim of the company's discrimination".
I also feel that this accusation is also uncited. A lawsuit from 2005 is simply not a signifigant part of company as large and diverse as Mitsui especially since the article is little more than stub. V. Joe (talk) 04:01, 10 April 2009 (UTC)