TOKYO -- Japanese electronics store operator Nojima is in talks to purchase Fujitsu unit Nifty's internet service provider business in a deal estimated at around 25 billion yen ($217 million).
Nojima seems confident that it could expand the business through its own nationwide retail network, which includes mobile phone shops. It also apparently sees potential for cross-selling internet security services for home electronics and other services. A final agreement on the transaction could come by the end of March.
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