TOKYO -- Toshiba, Fujitsu and Sony spinoff Vaio are considering integrating their personal computer operations, a move that would create a top player controlling just over 30% of the Japanese market.
The three will soon begin negotiating the specifics, aiming to hatch a basic agreement as early as this month and launch the combined company in April 2016. The merged company would surpass the currently top-ranked NEC Lenovo Japan Group, which has a 26.3% share of the market.
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