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Panasonic Corp (6752.T)

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Thu, May 10 2018

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Japan's Panasonic says it could make batteries with Tesla in China

TOKYO Panasonic Corp could jointly produce batteries with U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla Inc in China, as the Japanese electronics conglomerate looks to tap into that country's surging EV demand, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Japan's Panasonic says it could make batteries with Tesla in China

TOKYO Panasonic Corp could jointly produce batteries with U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla Inc in China, as the Japanese electronics conglomerate looks to tap into that country's surging EV demand, its chief executive said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Japan's Panasonic says it could make batteries with Tesla in China

* Forecast misses Y450 bln target set three years ago (Recasts with CEO comments on possible battery cell production in China)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Japan's Panasonic sees 12 pct profit increase, driven by EV battery sales

TOKYO, May 10 Japanese electronics conglomerate Panasonic Corp said on Thursday it expects operating profit to increase 11.7 percent in the year through March 2019 as sales of automotive batteries expand.

CORRECTED-Japan's Panasonic sees 11.7 pct profit increase, in line with estimates

TOKYO, May 10 Japanese electronics conglomerate Panasonic Corp said on Thursday it expects operating profit to increase 11.7 percent in the year through March 2019 as sales of vehicle components and batteries expand.

BRIEF-Panasonic CEO Says Could Jointly Produce EV Batteries With Tesla In China

* PANASONIC CEO SAYS COULD JOINTLY PRODUCE EV BATTERIES WITH TESLA IN CHINA Further company coverage: (Reporting By Makiko Yamazaki)

BRIEF-Panasonic Announces Agreement With U.S. DOJ And SEC Regarding Avionics Business Of Its U.S. Unit

* PANASONIC ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT WITH THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION REGARDING THE AVIONICS BUSINESS OF ITS U.S. SUBSIDIARY

Panasonic unit settles U.S. criminal, civil charges of bribery

WASHINGTON A unit of Panasonic Corp agreed to pay about $280 million on Monday in a deal with the U.S. government to resolve criminal and civil charges that the company falsified its financial records to conceal payments to sales agents in China and other parts of Asia.

Panasonic unit settles U.S. criminal, civil charges of bribery

WASHINGTON A unit of Panasonic Corp agreed to pay about $280 million on Monday in a deal with the U.S. government to resolve criminal and civil charges that the company falsified its financial records to conceal payments to sales agents in China and other parts of Asia.

UPDATE 2-Panasonic unit settles U.S. criminal, civil charges of bribery

WASHINGTON, April 30 A unit of Panasonic Corp agreed to pay about $280 million on Monday in a deal with the U.S. government to resolve criminal and civil charges that the company falsified its financial records to conceal payments to sales agents in China and other parts of Asia. The criminal charges were filed against Panasonic Avionics Corp, a subsidiary that designs in-flight entertainment systems, by the U.S. Justice Department in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colum

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