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Infamous Japan activist makes comeback

Now, Murakami is piling pressure on companies together with his daughter

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Mr Murakami - convicted of insider trading in 2007 - and C&I Holdings Co, an investment firm headed by Ms Aya Murakami, have built a stake in Kuroda Electric Co, and say the maker of electronic parts should return more to shareholders.

YOSHIAKI Murakami, Japan's most famous activist shareholder before he was convicted of insider trading in 2007, is once again pressing the nation's companies - and this time it's a family act.

Mr Murakami and C&I Holdings Co, an investment firm headed by his 27-year-old daughter, have

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