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Nitto Denko Corporation’s disclosure policy is intrinsically connected to our corporate vision and guiding principles. Our corporate vision is to “pursue sound business activities and continually earn shareholders’ trust through appropriate information disclosure and communications”. We aim to achieve this through following our principle that “we will conduct ourselves guided by laws and ethics.” We will continuously disclose important information relating to our group activities to every stakeholder, including shareholders and investors. The information that we provide will be of a timely and transparent nature and will be made available in a fair manner.
Nitto Denko Corporation has adopted a timely disclosure system called TDnet in accordance with the timely disclosure regulations set by the Tokyo Stock Exchange on which Nitto Denko Corporation is listed. We promptly post publicly disclosed information on our website. We always attempt to provide and disclose information which we consider will be valuable and relevant for our stakeholders to better understand our group and our overall business activities.
Nitto Denko Corporation has specified that the period between the days after the close of each fiscal quarter to the time that our business results are announced will be a “silent period”. The aim of this freeze on information is to prevent any leakage of business results so as to ensure fairness for all stakeholders. During this period, we refrain from responding to any inquiries or making any comments concerning any business results. However, if we anticipate a significant difference to occur between the original forecasts and the actual results during the silent period, we will disclose such information in a timely fashion as per the disclosure regulations.
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