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ITOCHU Corporation

ITOCHU Corporation

A general trading company trading textiles, machinery, metals & minerals, energy & chemicals, food, general products & realty, and ICT & financial business.

ITOCHU Corporation is a general trading company trading textiles, machinery, metals & minerals, energy & chemicals, food, general products & realty, and ICT & financial business that is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and was founded in 1858 by Chubei Itoh. 



The company also make venture capital and private equity investments. Notable investments made by the ITOCHU Corporation include: Spire Global, KeepTruckin, Knotel, Traxens, Dawex, Fyusion, Moixa Technology, Milleporte, Descente, ForeScout Technologies, OOYALA, Fab, Xevo, EnerDel, Sakti3, Affle, and Asera. 

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Jasper Jolly
December 22, 2019
the Guardian
Rosneft's Vankorskoye oil field in Siberia. The company produced 1.9bn barrels of oil in 2018, yet was added to the London Stock Exchange's 'ethical' investment list. Photograph: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters
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JOOR will use the funding to drive ongoing product innovation for both brands and retailers. In addition, it will continue to expand into Asia.
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TechCrunch
Tyto Care, a telehealth company that enables physicians to conduct on-demand remote exams, announced today that it has added $9 million to its Series C, bringing the round's total to $33.5 million. The new funding comes from strategic investors Sanford Health, Itochu and Shenzhen Capital Group. Fir...

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