Most Japan firms favor cautious approach to any Toshiba delisting: poll

But the Tokyo Stock Exchange has so far shown little sign of taking an immediate hard-line stance against Toshiba as the company and the authorities grapple with the fallout from huge cost overruns at now bankrupt U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse.
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