TOKYO -- Toshiba appears closer to solving the dispute with U.S. partner Western Digital over the planned sale of the Japanese company's memory chip unit by the end of this month.
"We are definitely advancing step by step" toward a resolution, said a Toshiba executive who traveled to the U.S. last week to discuss terms. The two companies have been negotiating since October. But both sides continue haggling, and the jury remains out on whether a truce will result.
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