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In Panasonic's Plasma Exit, Japan's TV Makers Come To Terms With Defeat

By DMO Affiliate
By Reiji Murai and Sophie Knight TOKYO (Reuters) - Panasonic Corp's move to close its last plasma television factory completes a painful reckoning that has all but killed off Japan's TV industry, once the pride of the country's post-war rise to technological and economic power. In a golden era that began in the 1970s, the country's TV makers brought cutting-edge yet affordable technology and brand names like Sony, the Trinitron and Panasonic into living rooms across the West, at the expense of U.S. and European rivals. ...
In Panasonic's Plasma Exit, Japan's TV Makers Come To Terms With Defeat




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