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vest in other high-〓end areas su○ch as medi◆cal applian●ces, it wil●l bring the compan■y more profit●s," Yuan Ta●ngjun, direct〓or of Investment &◆amp; Trade ■Inst., Fudan Univ◆ersity, sa●id.According to the● Japanese fina○nce paper Nikkei,● another home app〓liance giant Shar●p faced a

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ut 1■1.6 billion ●yuan. Last we●ek, Taiwan●-based manufacturer 〓Foxconn became Sharp●'s largest shareho◆lder -- acqu○iring 66 percent o○f its shares."Wh■en companies ○find they are◆ facing da●ngers in the mar●ket and ca◆n't ensure ◆their future develop●ment, they shoul●d definitely use the●ir advantage●s in talent, techno〓logy and ex◆perience to enter i〓nto new areas. Fac◆ts show that if■ manufactuerers only● produce tradit●ional home applianc〓es or low-profit pro◆ducts, they can't a●void being ●eliminated,◆" President of Fujit●su Shanghai S■himomura Makio s○aid.Another ◆major factor f●or the Jap■anese divestitures○ is

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probably rising ◆costs in China. Bot○h Toshiba ○and Sharp have fact〓ories in China,〓 which were ●set up when Chinese ○labor costs were muc●h lower than they ar〓e now.Japa〓nese home a●ppliances w●ere many peop◆le's choice in ○the last c●entury -- good 〓quality and c〓heap, but Chinese c●ompanies are now e○xpanding their b○usiness ov◆erseas. Midea, for○ example, has ●established six● factories● from India to Vie○tnam. The compan■y will manufacture u○nder its own brand◆, but buying rights◆ to the Jap■anese bran〓ds will give it○ instant access t●o the distribu○tion networks an◆d t


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he goodwill th○at the Japanese ●brands have built ●up over decade〓s.Please scan t●he QR Code to follow◆ us on Inst■agramPlease s○can the QR C○ode to follow us o●n WechatChines○e companies are ra〓pidly expanding int●o a new market,〓 the internat◆ional sale of 〓home appliances 〓and they're doing i◆t by buying thei○r way in.Japanese ho〓me appliance manuf○acturers los○ing outJapanese hom■e appliance manufact■urers losi●ng out04-06◆-2016 05:38 BJTChi○nese companies ar●e rapidly expanding 〓into a new mark■et, the internati○onal sale of home a●ppliances and th○ey're doing it b○y buyin


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i◆n. They're acquiri■ng Japanese hom○e appliance man○ufacturers◆ -- specifi●cally Toshiba ■and Sharp -- wh◆ich, despite decade■s of internat■ional marketing,● have been r◆unning deficits f●or several years.○Industry insiders s●ay the sale to● Midea doe〓sn't so much me◆an that Toshiba ●wants to give up ○its technology."

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