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Toshiba's flagship Yokkaichi chip fabrication facilities are run jointly with Western Digital, which has taken legal action to block the Toshiba Memory sale.

Toshiba's plans to sell memory unit getting complicated

Western Digital, Foxconn, INCJ-led group weighed as buyers; shareholders meeting by October

| South Korea

TOKYO -- As Toshiba hits a wall in its efforts to sell its flash memory unit to a favored buyer, the Japanese company is taking a second look at bids from suitors it previously spurned, according to a briefing Tuesday for key banks. Toshiba's plans to sell its memory chip business are becoming more and more convoluted.

The Japanese conglomerate on Wednesday decided it would hold an extraordinary shareholders meeting by the end of October.

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