OSAKA — Osaka-based drugstore firm Daikoku and its affiliates failed to declare about 200 million yen in corporate and personal income for five years up to 1999, industry sources said Wednesday.

Audit investigations by the Osaka Regional Taxation Bureau found that Daikoku, which operates some 40 drugstores in Osaka, Tokyo and nine other prefectures, did not report the income of the firm and that of its 53-year-old chairman, Yasufumi Kambe, the sources said.

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