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Sharp looks to move up PC unit Dynabook's listing to 2020: CEO

Business became profitable within months of 2018 acquisition from Toshiba

Sharp acquired Dynabook from Toshiba in 2018. (Photo from Dynabook's Twitter account)

TAIPEI -- Sharp personal computer subsidiary Dynabook may go public within the year instead of 2021, Sharp Chairman and CEO Tai Jeng-wu indicated Thursday.

"We hope that the listing can happen by the end of this year," Tai told a news conference here after unveiling new products. He hails from Sharp's Taiwanese parent, Hon Hai Precision Industry, or Foxconn.

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