Japan’s Obayashi suspected of rigging bids for maglev train project

TOKYO — Obayashi is under investigation for allegedly trying to rig bidding for contracts related to Japan’s first commercial high-speed maglev train line, a megaproject that the country’s construction companies hope will keep earnings healthy after the …
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