Sony’s China business recovered
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Sony Corp's business in China has "more or less" returned to levels seen before recent protests against Japan's actions over a group of disputed islands, the company's China chief, Nobuki Kurita, told on Tuesday.
Calls for boycotts of Japanese products broke out across China in September after Japan nationalised two of a group of disputed East China Sea islands, by purchasing them from their private owners. The spat plunged relations between Japan and China into a deep freeze and hit sales of Japanese goods in China. Kurita said, however, that Sony's China business would recover strongly in the coming three business years.
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