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Clothing giant Uniqlo: again the face of Japan's deflating economy

Clothing giant Uniqlo: again the face of Japan's deflating economy
dailymail.co.uk — TOKYO, April 8 (Reuters) - When Japan's cheap-and-cheerful clothing brand Uniqlo raised its prices in 2014, it was an endorsement of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to stimulate a lacklustre economy: with confidence high, even purveyors of affordable jumpers became price setters.

Uniqlo: Again the Face of Japan's Deflating Economy

Uniqlo: Again the Face of Japan's Deflating Economy
businessoffashion.com — TOKYO, Japan - When Japan's cheap-and-cheerful clothing brand Uniqlo raised its prices in 2014, it was an endorsement of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to stimulate a lacklustre economy: with confidence high, even purveyors of affordable jumpers became price setters.

Clothing giant Uniqlo: again the face of Japan's deflating economy

Clothing giant Uniqlo: again the face of Japan's deflating economy
reuters.com — Uniqlo stepped up discounts in Jan, Feb * Cuts operating profit f'cast by a third to 120 bln yen * Bank of Japan struggling to reflate economy By Ritsuko Ando TOKYO, April 8 When Japan's cheap-and-cheerful clothing brand Uniqlo raised its prices in 2014, it was an endorsement of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to stimulate a lacklustre economy: with confidence high, even purveyors of affordable jumpers became price setters.

Clothing giant Uniqlo: again the face of Japan's deflating economy

Clothing giant Uniqlo: again the face of Japan's deflating economy
reuters.com — TOKYO When Japan's cheap-and-cheerful clothing brand Uniqlo raised its prices in 2014, it was an endorsement of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to stimulate a lackluster economy: with confidence high, even purveyors of affordable jumpers became price setters.

Toshiba in $5.9 billion asset sale, shares hit by report of U.S. probe

Toshiba in $5.9 billion asset sale, shares hit by report of U.S. probe
ca.news.yahoo.com — By Makiko Yamazaki and Ritsuko Ando TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Toshiba Corp announced a $5.9 billion asset sale and a big investment in its chip business on Thursday, but saw its shares slide on a report that U.S. authorities were investigating accounting related to its Westinghouse nuclear power

Toshiba in $5.9 billion asset sale, shares hit by report of U.S. probe

Toshiba in $5.9 billion asset sale, shares hit by report of U.S. probe
reuters.com — TOKYO Japan's Toshiba Corp (6502.T) announced a $5.9 billion asset sale and a big investment in its chip business on Thursday, but saw its shares slide on a report that U.S. authorities were investigating accounting related to its Westinghouse nuclear power unit.

Canon agrees to buy Toshiba’s medical equipment unit for $5.9-billion

Canon agrees to buy Toshiba’s medical equipment unit for $5.9-billion
theglobeandmail.com — Canon Inc has agreed to buy Toshiba Corp's medical equipment unit for 665.5 billion yen ($5.9 billion), the companies said on Thursday. Toshiba, which is selling the unit to help fund restructuring after a massive accounting scandal, said the deal would yield a profit of about 590 billion yen in the current fiscal year ending this month if it closes in time.

Hon Hai, Sharp deny date chosen to sign agreement

Hon Hai, Sharp deny date chosen to sign agreement
article.wn.com — Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密) and Sharp Corp yesterday denied having picked a date to sign the agreement on Hon Hai's acquisition of the ailing Japanese electronics company. Japan's Nihon Keizai Shimbu cited sources close

report - Worldnews.com

report - Worldnews.com
article.wn.com — Sharp Corp and Foxconn agreed on Friday to extend a deadline for takeover talks by 1-2 weeks (Source: Reuters) Sharp Corp and Foxconn agreed on Friday to extend a deadline for takeover talks by 1-2 weeks, a person familiar with the matter said, after the Taiwanese firm had put the deal on hold to clarify "new material information".

Foxconn postpones Sharp acquisition to evaluate new document

Foxconn postpones Sharp acquisition to evaluate new document
article.wn.com — TAIPEI -- Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group said Friday that it would postpone signing an acquisition agreement with Japanese electronics company Sharp to evaluate a new "key document" from Sharp.
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