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Sony set to raise $2.5bn in Tokyo and New York disposals

Published on February 1st, 2013

Sony has put one of its main Tokyo buildings on the market with a ¥130bn ($1.4bn) price tag. The electronics manufacturer is selling the 25-storey Sony City Osaki building as…

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Sony set to raise $2.5bn in Tokyo and New York disposals

Sony has put one of its main Tokyo buildings on the market with a ¥130bn ($1.4bn) price tag. The electronics manufacturer is selling the 25-storey Sony City Osaki building as...

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