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A HK or Japanese company?
I notice this company was classified as a Hong Kong company?--Huaiwei 12:18, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)
So it has ceased to be a Japanese company?--Huaiwei 15:13, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Yes it can. So why it is only classified under HK, but not Japan? And as far as most people are concerned, it is much more a Japanese then a HK company.--Huaiwei 15:30, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)
- Thanks for reminding. In fact I did it already after you started this section. — Instantnood 16:21 Mar 6 2005 (UTC)
Shizuoka is located west-southwest, almost west from Tokyo, not South from Tokyo, isn't it? Okumura 09:22, 22 May 2006 (UTC)
Other stores in the USA were bought by Mitsuwa, Maruwa, and Marukai, the latter two based in Los Angeles.
All the stores in the USA were bought and managed by Wanover, a holding company. Little Tokyo property was sold to Chinese investors. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Junswiki (talk • contribs) 05:49, 18 September 2007 (UTC)
- Clifford, Mark and Pete Engardio. Meltdown: Asia's Boom, Bust, and Beyond. Prentice Hall, 2000. ISBN 0735201412, 9780735201415. p. 286
- Mentions a University of Texas case study by Tim Draughon, "The Rise and Fall of Yaohan". The URL: http://home.att.net/~t.draughon/yaohan.html (not archived: http://wayback.archive.org/*/http://home.att.net/~t.draughon/yaohan.html ) - It was mainly made from Hong Kong newspapers