Seven-Eleven Japan Co. recorded the largest corporate income during the year that ended in February, staying at the top of the list for the fourth year in a row, a private research company said July 25.

The nation’s leading convenience store chain declared 106 billion yen as taxable income, a rise of 8 percent from the previous year. A record 502 stores joined the nationwide chain during the year and fast food, the firm’s mainstay business, sold well, according to Tokyo Shoko Research.

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