Sixty-three people who were forced into labor during World War II and their representatives filed a lawsuit in Beijing Wednesday, rejecting Mitsubishi Materials' settlement deal. • Japanese gov't urged to apologize to WWII forced laborers • Mitsubishi's apology insincere: Chinese lawyer
Mitsubishi Materials Corp has started operation of solar power plants with a total output of about 8.3MW in Fukushima Prefecture. The power producer for the mega (large-scale) solar power plants, Yabuki Solar Power Plant, is MM Sun Power, a 50-50 joint venture between Mitsubishi Materials and Mitsubishi UFJ Lease &…
Mitsubishi Materials' apology to forced Chinese laborers during World War II is insincere and the lawsuit against the company will continue, said a Chinese lawyer on Wednesday. • Mitsubishi settles with Chinese slave laborers
Mitsubishi Materials Corp. agreed on Wednesday to compensate nearly 4,000 Chinese nationals for forcing them to work in labor camps during World War II, representatives from the company and groups representing the victims said.
Mitsubishi Materials Corp, one of dozens of Japanese companies that used Chinese forced laborers during World War II, reached a settlement covering thousands of victims Wednesday that includes compensation and an apology. The deal was signed in Beijing with three former workers representing the company's more than 3,000 Chinese victims…
Mitsubishi добровольно выплатила компенсацию китайцам за принуждение к труду во время Второй мировой войны
Руководство японской корпорации Mitsubishi Materials, ставшей преемницей работавшей в годы Второй мировой войны компании Mitsubishi Mining, официально принесло извинения и объявило о готовности выплатить компенсации китайцам, которые в 40-х годах прошлого века были насильно принуждены к труду на ее объектах.
Under the settlement accord, the Japanese company apologized to the former Chinese slave workers and agreed to pay compensation.