Poison Dumplings Kill Japanese Merger
The overnight slump in U.S. stocks was the overwhelming reason for Japan's Nikkei 225 index plunging 4.7% on Feb. 6. But for Nissin Food Products, the company that brought the world instant noodles, it was the continuing fallout from a scandal over contaminated dumplings that sent shares into free fall, tumbling 8.5%.
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