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  • ...unded in [[Tokyo]] in [[1955]], by Masaya Nakamura under the name Nakamura Manufacturing Ltd. It began by producing mechanical rocking-horses and similar children's On September [[2005]], Namco was acquired by [[Bandai]] and the two companies merged together to form "Namco Bandai Holdings", the 3rd largest video game
    133 KB (21,854 words) - 18:45, 7 August 2011
  • ...the Trade Federation arranged a merger between Baktoid and [[Haor Chall]] arms merchants, although Baktoid denied this claim. Nevertheless, with the Trade ...atically dissolved Baktoid, only to quietly transfer many of the company's manufacturing facilities and designs to other Trade Federation subsidiaries, including [[
    3 KB (455 words) - 16:56, 29 August 2007
  • ...of the Imperial government. Over the next several year, most of the major companies in Empire were "nationalized" in this way. ...ld Placid III, where a catholic cardinal had gained the support of several companies of Interior guard and a few hundred untrained rebels. The cardinal was also
    238 KB (39,914 words) - 22:06, 19 July 2008
  • <div align="center"><strong>Coat of Arms</strong></div></td> ...ufacturing (although the arms industry is likely to be replaced by foreign companies). Specifically, the main crops are potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, wheat and f
    33 KB (4,430 words) - 16:37, 20 July 2008
  • ...se used for the former Nuffield marques are all-but-indentical to relevant companies' pre-merger insignia, but the traditional Austin script had been adandoned ...g Group") while the Specialist Car Division consisted of the three premier companies: Jaguar Cars Ltd, The Rover Co. Ltd. and Triumph Motor Co. Ltd. Alongside t
    30 KB (4,920 words) - 15:16, 13 February 2009
  • ...ame referring to BMC, its corporate ancestors, descendants and constituent companies. ...y run dealerships with loyal customer base, sending them straight into the arms of foreign competition, notably Datsun, taking faithful car buyers with the
    51 KB (8,018 words) - 11:18, 2 January 2009
  • === U.S. Manufacturing Grows at Fastest Pace Since 2004 === http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-01/ism-index-of-manufacturing-in-u-s-rose-to-61-4-in-february.html
    282 KB (40,800 words) - 15:59, 5 September 2011

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