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Disclosure Policy

Basic Policy

MEIWA CORPORATION discloses corporate information in a timely, accurate, and fair manner to all stakeholders, including shareholders and investors, in order to ensure management transparency and fulfill its social responsibility.
The Company complies with the Companies Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and other laws and ordinances as well as regulations established by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In addition to information subject to timely disclosure rules, it also proactively discloses useful information about the Company.

Basic Principle

The Company pays sufficient attention to ensuring transparency, timeliness, and fairness when disclosing information as well as to the continuity of disclosure and to preventing leaks to third parties outside the Company before disclosure.

Corporate Structure

The Company appoints a person responsible for the handling of information within the Company who supervises the collection, management, and disclosure of corporate information. It also maintains company rules relating to information disclosure and judges the appropriateness of information to disclose.

Means of Information Disclosure

Disclosures of information subject to timely disclosure rules established by the Tokyo Stock Exchange are made through the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet). In the interest of timeliness and fairness, information disclosed through TDnet is, depending on the content of the disclosure, presented at a press conference or distributed as printed matter to media organizations as well as promptly posted to the Company's website.

Period of Silence

During each period throughout the year, from the day after quarterly settlement until the day financial statements are announced, the Company will refrain from giving any comments or answering any questions about financial results to prevent the leakage of settlement-related information and ensure fairness.
However, if an important fact arises during a period of silence that must be disclosed under the Tokyo Stock Exchange's timely disclosure rules or the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the Company will make a prompt disclosure of the relevant information.

Forward-Looking Statements

Forward-looking statements about future performance, etc., in disclosed information are based on assessments and assumptions according to currently available information. Actual results may differ materially from those projected due to changes in the external environment including, but not limited to, changes in the economic climate and also as the result of innumerable uncertainties.

Note.Information is disclosed for the purpose of deepening understanding of the Company, not for the purpose of soliciting investment. Investors are asked to make investment-related decisions based on their own judgment and on their own responsibility.

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