NAGOYA – Yamaha Corp. is considering closing two of its seven resort facilities, including Japan’s largest equestrian club, in a restructuring move, the company’s president said Friday.
“We’ll consider whether the seven facilities should be operating three to five years later,” Shuji Ito told Kyodo News, indicating that the company may shut down all resort operations.
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