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 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “Give me 200 days, that's all I want,”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “President Fujimori explained to me that he will seek preliminary dialogue between the Peruvian government and the culprits. I told him we welcome and support these efforts,”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “It is well-known that the owner of the land has refused to allow landings there,”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “I told the LDP leadership this morning that I will resign as head of the party. Our failure in the election is my fault and responsibility.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “I told the LDP leadership this morning that I will resign as head of the party. Our failure in the election is my fault and responsibility,”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “I feel helpless, that this might be the limit of modern medicine.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “I want to make tax cuts from next year that the public would support as the result of a permanent reform of the tax system,”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “Situations like that make me worried about an unexpected accident, ... There have been miscues on the guerrillas' side and also on the Peruvian government's side.”
 Mamoru Ashimoto - “There may be some comments or text which will offer Fed views on the recent soft economic data and monetary policy.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “It is regrettable that this report was published, ... If this sort of report ... continues to be made public, it will very much impede the Peruvian government's efforts to end the hostage crisis.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “It is a terrifying crime that can never be allowed to happen again,”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “We have entered an era of great change and Japan is struggling, ... We must change the system governing this country.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “I am not optimistic about the situation, seeing as the number of hostages has been reduced to a level where it is easy for the terrorists to control them,”
 Tadahiko Nashimoto - “Weak economic figures give cause for concern over the Fed's rate increases. I had thought the data on foreign investment was not so important up to now, but amid the dollar-bearish sentiment, this could be yet another dollar-selling catalyst.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “Both Japan and China are facing difficulties in terms of politics and public sentiment.”
 Ryutaro Hashimoto - “Last year, Japan-China relations were tense, ... We have overcome these difficult times, as we are now enjoying much better relations.”
 Mamoru Ashimoto - “Market participants stayed on the sidelines ahead of the US data.”