Tuesday, October 6, 2015   

Sharp returns to profit in April-December
(02-04 14:37)

Japanese electronics maker Sharp said Tuesday it swung back to profit for the nine months to December, thanks to stronger sales and cost cutting.
The Osaka-based company booked a 17.7 billion yen net profit in the April-December period, reversing an eye-watering net loss of 424.3 billion yen a year earlier. --AFP
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