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For Foxconn, turning Sharp around will be tougher than takeover

Japanese electronics maker has seen its earnings fall every quarter and faces competition on all sides
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - 05:50

As part of the rescue deal, Mr Gou (above) has pledged to keep Sharp intact, respect its independence and try to preserve jobs.


FOXCONN Technology Group's Terry Gou finally got to savour his moment of victory:  On Saturday, Mr Gou and Sharp Corp president Kozo Takahashi gathered in front of more than 300 reporters at the Osaka-based company's Sakai plant, flanked by the flags of Taiwan and Japan. They beamed

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