UNIQLO Will Help Victims In Japan

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UNIQLO Will Help Victims In Japan
UNIQLO Will Help Victims In Japan

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Fast Retailing Group, which includes, in particular, the UNIQLO brand well-known to Russians, will provide all possible assistance to the affected compatriots. An official letter on this topic was circulated the day before:

"On March 11, Japan's population was hit by the worst earthquake in the history of the nation. The 9.0 magnitude Tohoku-chiho Taiheiyo-oki earthquake hit the northeastern part of the country and was accompanied by a devastating tsunami. The death toll continues to grow, and we as Fast Retailing We mourn all those affected by this catastrophic natural disaster and sympathize with their families and loved ones. In this difficult moment, we express our deepest condolences.

Today, Fast Retailing Group and the company's staff have teamed up to do whatever it takes to improve their performance to support and assist the nation as it rebuilds. Specific support activities are outlined below:

Cash donations:

Fast Retailing Group will distribute donations through the Japanese Red Cross to the hardest-hit prefectures: Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima, Aomori and Ibaraki. The donation will amount to 1.4 billion yen (about 17 million USD), distributed as follows:

  • - Fast Retailing Group will contribute 300 million yen (about 3.65 million USD)

    - Fast Retailing Group employees around the world will raise 100 million yen (about 1.2 million USD)

    - Chairman of the Board of Directors, President and CEO of Fast Retailing Group Mr. Tadashi Yanai will make a personal donation of 1 billion yen (about 12 million USD).

Donations in the form of clothing:

Clothing worth 700 million yen (about 8.5 million USD) will be shipped to the victims of the disaster, including 300,000 HEATTECH warming underwear. it is warm clothing, underwear, outerwear, jeans and towels that are most needed by the victims now.”

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