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DICJDeposit Insurance Corporation of Japan
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The first batch of LT Game's self-developed slot titles that have been approved by the DICJ include "Door to Riches", "Golden Piggy's Fortune" and "Hong Yun Dang Tou", which are part of the linked jackpot games named "Jade Link" and "Bowl of Gold".
27 January 2011 - S&P today cut to AA- from AA its long-term issuer credit ratings on Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan (DICJ) after the same move on the country.
The various bank rescue operations in Japan were administered primarily by the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan (DICJ).
The DICJ also has a bridge bank to carry on the business of the failed institution until another financial entity can take it over.
Replacement and upgrade demand for LMG machines has been on the rise since 2018, particularly following the introduction of the Technical Standards by the DICJ in late 2017 that has set out technical requirements for gaming products relating to DETG in Macau.
DICJ, which is looking to sell Incubator Bank to Aeon Bank, a unit of Aeon Company (8267.TYO), will finance the capital infusion through funds collected from financial institutions in the private sector.
As shown in Table 1, as of March 2007, the DICJ had provided financial assistance in the amount of $399 billion.
''Capping the refund guarantee on liquid deposits is nothing new in Japan, but the problem is that many people have taken it for granted that all deposits are protected by the government even when a bank collapses,'' a DICJ official said.
APE was established in 2006 in Macau and is an approved gaming machine agent licensed by the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau of Macau (DICJ).
A final decision by ICB's receiver, the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan (DICJ), is expected in early October, with the acquisition expected for completion by year-end.
This year, the MGS received strong support from various departments of the Macao government, including the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau ("DICJ"), the Economic Bureau, the Tourism Office, the Cultural Affairs Bureau, the Trade and Investment Promotion Institute and the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center.