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The number of Japanese companies that have received proposals from so-called activist shareholders for general shareholders meetings this month has hit a record high.

According to a survey by the Daiwa Institute of Research, the number of such companies totaled 47 as of Friday last week, up more than twofold from a year earlier.

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