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Roland Corp., a Japanese electronic musical instrument-maker, returned to the Tokyo stock market Wednesday, about six years after delisting due to structural reforms.

Roland finished its first day of trading on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange at ¥2,920 ($28.20), 5.8% below its IPO price of ¥3,100. The company was valued at ¥79.8 billion at the end of the day.

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