ROHM to Provide Donation to the Seismic Damage in Nepal
ROHM Co., Ltd.(headquarters in Kyoto, Japan) and ROHM Group as a whole have decided to contribute about 1 million JPY as a reconstruction support for the victims of the seismic damage in Nepal.
We would like to express our most sincere condolences to those in stricken areas, and we wish for the soonest recovery from the earthquake.
|Donation||:||850 thousand Nepalese rupee (about 1 million JPY)|
|Recipient||:||Specified non-profit corporation Japan Platform|
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