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Micronics Japan Co., Ltd. (MJC) is committed to disclosing information to stakeholders, including customers, shareholders, local communities, our employee, and vendors in a fair, just, and timely manner based on transparency, fairness, and continuity in order to improve your understanding of MJC group and facilitate accurate evaluation of our corporate value in accordance with Securities Exchange Law and law and rules established by stock listing.
MJC will swiftly post information subject to "Timely Disclosure Regulations" on TDnet (Timely Disclosure network) after it is announced at the JASDAQ market. After disclosure of TDnet, MJC will promptly provide the same information with reporting agency and post it on our website. Due to the convenience of system, however, posting these information on the website may be slightly delayed. Furthermore, even for information that is not necessarily designated by Timely Disclosure Regulations, however, if such disclosure is deemed as being beneficial for an understanding of MJC, we are willing to disclose information in an active, fair, just and timely manner. In addition, there may be cases, MJC cannot reply to inquiries about specific information to maintain its competitive advantage or to fulfill duties of confidentiality.
Planning, future outlook, and strategy of our group contain forward-looking statements and forecast except information related to the past and current fact and these are based on the judgment made from currently available information. Therefore, actual results may differ depending on various risks, changes in uncertainties and economic environment.
To ensure the accuracy of information and the fairness of disclosure, MJC's major IR activities will be undertaken by IR spokespersons, including Chairman, President, director responsible for IR, and IR representatives. In principle, executives and employees other than IR spokespersons will not provide information by themselves on MJC to persons concerned with securities markets and the mass media. IR spokespersons may appoint other executives and employees as their deputies when necessary.
We set the "Silent Period" commencing the next day after the closure of every quarterly account through the announcement date in order to prevent any leakage of our financial information and to ensure fairness. Please note that we will not make any comments about our accounting results during this time. In the event, however, that our business performance are expected to significantly deviate from earnings forecast previously announced during a silent period, we will appropriately disclose our revised information in accordance with Timely Disclosure Regulations. In addition, we will take your questions that are related to official information even in silent period.
MJC shall abide by this Discloser Policy as a part of its "Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)" and shall ensure that all officers and employee comply with this policy.