Panasonic lost $3.95 billion last year

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panasonic-logoSony wasn’t the only major CE manufacturer to lose a bunch of cash last year. Panasonic did too. Except Panny’s loss was to the tune of $3.95 billion, which is slightly more than Sony’s $1.03 billion write-down.

Panasonic (JP:6752) said the result reflected the impact of the stronger yen, collapsing demand and persistent price-deflation in electronics goods.

There you have it. Did you expect anything less? It’s pretty basic: US consumers didn’t buy as many of Panasonic’s wares because of the failing economy. Ah, well. What can you do. It’s just $3.95 billion.

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