Ricoh Dismisses Reports of Layoffs, Unit Sales

The Nikkei-Asian Review also said that Ricoh would be  as well selling a logistics unit in Japan, and an “aging factory for copiers and other office equipment, as well as recording "tens of billions of yen worth of impairment losses,”and setting aside "at least ¥200 billion" for mergers and acquisitions.


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