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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and HitachiAnnounce Change in Schedule for Execution of Definitive Agreement

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Hitachi announcedthat there were changes in certain items including the schedule for the execution of the definitive agreement announced in a press release

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (TSE:7011, "MHI") and Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE:6501, "Hitachi") todayannounced that there were changes in certain items including the schedule for the execution of the definitive agreement announced in a press release titled "Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Hitachi Reach a Basic Agreement on Business Integration in the Thermal Power Generation Systems Field" on November 29, 2012. Details of the changes are as follows.
MHI and Hitachi had been preparing to execute the definitive agreement in late April 2013. However, the two companies have agreed to postpone the schedule for the execution of the definitive agreement in order to continue discussions for several more weeks. This is to facilitate the smooth business integration and to ensure stronger competitiveness in business development after the integration.
There is no change in the planned closing date (January 1, 2014) for the integration.
It had been announced that the business reorganization relating to the integration might be subject to approval by the shareholders meeting of MHI and that, in such a case, the MHI board would propose the necessary items to its annual shareholders meeting to be held in late June 2013. However, after scrutinizing the assets to be transferred from MHI to the joint venture company, it is found that the business reorganization will be implemented through a simple absorption-type corporate split pursuant to Article 784, Paragraph 3 of the Companies Act of Japan or other methods without obtaining the approval by the shareholders meeting of MHI.
The main terms of the definitive agreement and other matters concerning the business integration will be announced promptly after they are agreed and decided by the two companies.

 
     
 
   
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