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Toshiba may sell chip business to Foxconn for $27bn

Published on Monday 10th of April 2017 03:59:36 PM in BBC

Taiwan manufacturer Foxconn has signalled it could mount a $27bn (£21.7bn) bid for Toshiba's chip business, according to reports.Toshiba has put part or all of its valuable memory chip unit up for sale to plug a gaping hole in its finances.Foxconn's potential bid is much higher ...

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