• Kyodo


Sharp Corp. is considering reducing its capital substantially to put itself into the tax category of “small- and medium-size companies” to ease its tax burden, sources said Saturday.

The struggling electronics maker plans to cut its capital from the current ¥120 billion ($1 billion) to ¥100 million or less, the corporate tax threshold for small- and medium-size companies, according to the sources.

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