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q.p.

abbr. Latin
quantum placet (as much as you please)
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In addition, as its unsecured convertible bonds totaling 20 billion yen, floated in 1994, matured at the end of November, Q.P. redeemed 18.63 billion yen worth of bonds.
Despite the net profit drop, Q.P. marked higher sales, bolstered by a strong performance in both the food and distribution businesses, it said.
Q.P. said it will keep its full-year dividend payout unchanged at 13 yen per share, including an interim dividend of 6.50 yen.
Despite the drop in net profit, Q.P. marked higher sales, bolstered by strong performance in both the food and distribution businesses, it said.
Q.P. said it will keep its full-year dividend unchanged at 12 yen, including an interim dividend of 6 yen paid already.
Q.P. Corp., Japan's largest mayonnaise maker, said Monday it will absorb and merge with its wholly owned subsidiary Green Club Co.
Green Club, an operator of shops and welfare facilities that has done business exclusively with Q.P. since being set up in December 1994, will be dissolved, Q.P.
Q.P.'s assets are expected to grow by 7.65 million yen as a result of the merger, but there will be no effect on earnings performance, it said.