OSAKA -- Sharp seeks to resume marketing its own-brand televisions in North America as soon as this year, a change of strategy driven by the U.S. production plans of its Taiwanese parent, iPhone assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry.
Financial troubles drove the Osaka-based electronics maker to abandon the North American market -- the world's largest after China -- and sell the rights to its Sharp and Aquos brand TVs to Chinese peer Hisense for five years starting in 2016.
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