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FAST RETAILING decides to liquidate VIEWCOMPANY in Feb
Jan '09
At its executive board meeting held December 18, 2008, FAST RETAILING CO., LTD. decided to liquidate one of its consolidated subsidiaries, footwear retailer VIEWCOMPANY CO LTD.

Reason for liquidation decision
The operation managed by VIEWCOMPANY CO., LTD. was transferred to FR consolidated subsidiary GOV RETAILING CO., LTD. on August 20, 2008 and VIEWCOMPANY is currently settling outstanding business. We have now ascertained a timeframe for completion of unsettled business and so we have determined to liquidate VIEWCOMPANY on February 20, 2009.


(1) Company name VIEWCOMPANY CO., LTD.
(2) Business location 1-13-5 Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
(3) Representative President Tomoyuki Fukutani
(4) Capital 1,661,850,000 yen (as of December 1, 2008)
(5) Established May 20, 1972
(6) Main operations Footwear manufacture, wholesale and retail, etc.
(Operation transferred to GOV RETAILING on August 20, 2008)
(7) Business year end February 20
(8) No. of employees zero (as of December 1, 2008)
(9) Main shareholders FAST RETAILING CO., LTD. 100%
(10) Recent performance - Net sales 10,556 million yen

Consolidated business forecasts
We expect minimal impact from this decision on FAST RETAILNG business performance for the year to end August 2009 on both a parent only and consolidated basis.


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