Shimano -2006 div forecast

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Aug 22 (Reuters) - SHIMANO INC PARENT-ONLY EARNINGS ESTIMATES (in billions of yen unless specified) Full year to Full year to Dec 31,2006 Dec 31,2006 LATEST PREVIOUS FORECAST FORECAST Annual div 35.00 yen 31.00 yen -Q4 div 17.50 yen 15.50 yen NOTE - Shimano Inc is a maker of bicycle parts. If there is no Q1 or Q3 dividend, Q2 will in most cases correspond to the first-half dividend and Q4 to the second-half dividend announced before a new corporate law in 2006 allowed ...

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