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Former Olympus Corp. President Masatoshi Kishimoto says he denied any involvement in the company’s coverup of investment losses when he was questioned by an investigative panel looking into the scandal.

Kishimoto, 75, began serving as president of the high-quality camera and endoscope maker in the 1990s when the company is believed to have racked up massive losses through soured investments in financial products.

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