(6752:Tokyo Stock Exchange)
Managing Director, Director of Government & External Relations Division and Director,Panasonic Corporation
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Mr. Takashi Toyama has been the Managing Director of Panasonic Corporation since April 2011 and serves as its Director of Government & External Relations Division, Representative in Tokyo In charge of Government & External Relations and In charge of Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Business Promotion. Mr. Toyama served as Director of Government & External Relations Division of Panasonic Corporation. Mr. Toyama served as General Manager of Construction Safety Regulations Administration ...
1006, Oaza KadomaPhone: 81 6 6908 1121
Kadoma, Osaka 571-8501
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Managing Director, Director of Government & External Relations Division and Director
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