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What is behind Toshiba's financial crisis?

Published on Tuesday 11th of April 2017 12:12:31 AM in BBC

Toshiba is currently trying to sell off its prized computer chips unit in an attempt to cover losses from its troubled US nuclear unit Westinghouse. But it's not the only Japanese firm to struggle in recent years. The BBC's Tokyo correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes looks at some ...

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