CREDIA

AcronymDefinition
CREDIACenter for Research in Exploratory Data and Information Analysis
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"We are also working with Korean technical staff and I know Credia are inviting Korean dancers to see the show.
Then Credia, which is one of the biggest arts organisations in Korea, came to see the show last December and said they wanted it but they wanted to make it happen this spring - in March.
Last September, Credia effectively became insolvent and obtained the Tokyo District Court's approval for entering the civil rehabilitation process.
Credia is saddled with debts of some 87 billion yen and the number of borrower claims for refunds totaled 8,800 as of May.
''Normally Credia's news alone wouldn't drag down the whole sector, but with bad news outside and within, investors let them (financial stocks) go,'' said Yumi Nishimura, manager of the equity planning and administration department at Daiwa Securities SMBC Co.
Credia suffered a maximum allowable one-day loss of 80 yen, or more than 32 percent, falling to 167 yen.
TOKYO - Medium-ranking consumer loan company Credia Co.
Credia, founded in 1957, said it will implement reconstruction measures while continuing business operations under legal protection from creditors.
According to Credia, its financial standing has worsened amid changes in the business environment, referring to a government move toward lowering interest rate caps on consumer loans.