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Tokyo disposals help Sony and Panasonic cash in on property

Published on March 1st, 2013

Japanese electronics manufacturers have sold close to ¥120bn ($1.2bn) of property to raise much-needed cash. Sony has sold its Sony City Osaki building in Tokyo to Nippon Building Fund and…

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