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    Record profits for Japanese builders


    Half-year net profits soar for three of country’s largest general construction firms

  • Democratic Party of Japan (DJP) politician Ichiro Ozawa.

    Kajima offices searched in Ozawa probe


    Prosecutors examine another suspected link between a contractor and the high-ranking DJP politician.

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    Consultant arrested in tax evasion probe


    Tokyo prosecutors have arrested 12 people in a case of alleged tax evasion on kickbacks received from contractors.

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    Kajima net profit doubles in fiscal Q1


    Kajima, Japan's largest contractor saw its net profit for the first quarter of the fiscal year rise +110% to JPY 6.5 billion (US$ 60 million) compared to the same period last year. The company's revenues were up +22.2% to JPY 412 billion (US$ 3.78 billion) for the three months to ...

  • The Can Tho Bridge in Vietnam following its collapse in September 2007. A Kobelco crawler crane is s

    Inquiry reports on Vietnam’s Can Tho Bridge collapse


    Vietnam's Minister of Construction, Nguyen Hong Quan, has reported the failure of a temporary pillar, set on an uneven foundation, caused the collapse of Can Tho Bridge last September, killing 54 and injuring over 80 Vietnamese workers in the process.

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    Bridge collapse


    Propping system suspected on Can Tho Bridge project

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    Bid-riggers sentenced


    Japan's Nagoya District Court has sentenced five ex–employees of five major construction companies to suspended prison terms for antitrust violations in a series of rigged bids for the Nagoya subway extension projects.