Japanese companies are increasing their spending on new capital assets as they observe brisk profits from replacing aging facilities and equipment, leading to more promising economic growth for Japan. In the January-March quarter, Japan's GDP rose ... Seeking Alpha, 2 weeks ago
Japan's capital spending up as companies invest growing profits - Nikkei Asian Review, 3 weeks ago
Japanese communications giant NTT and electronics manufacturer Panasonic have agreed to work together to provide new visual-based services. They plan to develop enhanced video distribution technology with an eye toward the Tokyo Olympics and ...NHK, 2 weeks ago PANASONIC : NTT to jointly develop new visual services before Olympics 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago PANASONIC : NTT to form technology alliance ahead of Olympics 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
Panasonic has a long history as an audio equipment supplier to big name automakers such as Toyota, Honda, Volkswagen and General Motors. But recently, the Osaka-based electronics group has sought to become a bigger player in the future of mobility. ...International Business Times, 3 weeks ago
Released May 27, 2015 Panasonic has set itself a goal of realizing sales worth $3.2 billion in the lighting business by 2018 up from current $2.4 billion and also expects to raise its operating profit margin to at least 8% from present below ...World Industrial Reporter, 1 month ago Panasonic to bolster lighting equipment business Nikkei Asian Review, 1 month ago
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