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Pioneer's chief looks to relist as a car data provider

Former home AV giant focuses on services for turnaround under private equity umbrella

Pioneer aims for a comeback as a provider of services, such as information useful to drivers.

TOKYO -- After a three-year absence from the Tokyo Stock Exchange, in-car-electronics maker Pioneer is talking about going public again, this time as a major data provider to consumers and businesses alike.

"We've completed the restructuring stage," CEO Shiro Yahara said at a product launch event in early February. "Once revenue from services surpasses that of hardware, relisting will be within our sights," he said.

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