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Protecting the Rights of Minority Shareholders in Privately-Owned Japanese Companies

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Stephen D. Bohrer and Keitaro Hamada authored “Protecting the Rights of Minority Shareholders in Privately-Owned Japanese Companies” for The Corporate Counselor No. 33.

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