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He funded the Ryoichi Jinnai Conference Center in Fiji.
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Claim to fame: Chairman of Promise, Japan's third-largest consumer-finance company.
- "Business Briefs". Pacific Magazine. 19: 23. 1994.
The new US$1.4-million Ryoichi Jinnai Conference Centre of the Forum Secretariat in Suva was opened in July. The complex was named in honor of Japanese tycoon Ryoichi Jinnai who funded the construction.
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