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April 27, 1990 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Juan Capistrano developer and a Japanese construction company said Thursday that they have bought 430 acres in Camarillo, where they will sell land for houses around a lavish 18-hole golf course and country club. Pacific Land & Golf Inc. and Sato Kogyo America Corp. said the land purchase--estimated to have cost about $45 million--is thought to be one of the largest ever in Ventura County.
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April 27, 1990 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Juan Capistrano developer and a Japanese construction company said Thursday that they have bought 430 acres in Camarillo, where they will sell land for houses around a lavish 18-hole golf course and country club. Pacific Land & Golf Inc. and Sato Kogyo America Corp. said the land purchase--estimated to have cost about $45 million--is thought to be one of the largest ever in Ventura County.
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April 28, 1990 | JOANNA MILLER and MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The 430-acre Spanish Hills project in Camarillo has been purchased by a San Juan Capistrano developer and a Japanese construction firm for $45 million, officials said Friday. Pacific Land & Golf Inc. and Sato Kogyo America Corp. bought the undeveloped land from Hilltop Development Co. of Bakersfield and plan to sell ocean-view lots surrounding an 18-hole golf course. Grading is expected to begin in June, with sales to start in September, officials said.
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February 17, 1989 | Clipboard researched by Dallas Jamison / Los Angeles Times Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times
From the modest, 15-person wholesale offices of Yanmar Diesel Engine in Anaheim, to the sleek, national manufacturing headquarters of Ricoh Electronics Inc. in Tustin, the presence of Japanese companies in Orange County is a substantial one. According to a 1987 survey conducted by the Japan Business Assn. of Southern California*, 87,483 people in California worked for Japanese companies or their subsidiaries, making the Japanese bigger employers than the top five corporations in California.
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