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Toshiba must jump through hoops to regain market trust

Credit downgrades, stock delisting risk present dire challenge

HIROTO TANAKA and TAKENORI MIYAMOTO, Nikkei staff writers | Japan

TOKYO -- While it was inevitable given Toshiba's financial implosion, recent credit rating downgrades have made the company's fight for survival even more difficult. As new problems at U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric continue to surface, the Japanese technology giant faces perils from many directions.

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