Japan is watching the demise of one of its main companies: Toshiba is expecting to post an annual net loss of €8.5 billion. The electronic giant has been hard hit by the billions of losses linked to its American nuclear firm Westinghouse. To keep the company in business, Toshiba has had no choice but to sell off some of its crown jewels, starting with its praised flash memory business. But in doing so, Toshiba risks becoming a mere shadow of what it once was.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Aline Schmidt.