Notice Regarding Effects of Thailand's Anti-government Protest (No effects observed)
The major roads of the Bangkok inner-city in Thailand have been blockaded on 13 January, 2014 due to an anti-government protest movement.
Although the traffic network of Bangkok is disrupted, it has caused no effects on ROHM Group's production and delivery system.
Its production and sales bases in the area are operating as usual and its employees are coming to facilities as usual, too.
Also there are no effects on logistics since the airport, port and customs are operating as usual.
ROHM will continue to pay close attention and collect information for taking appropriate measures.
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- Impact of the Earthquake in Miyazaki Prefecture, Hyuga-nada Sea.
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