Son faces $18bn test with IPO plan

It also runs counter to a preference by some quoted Japanese companies, Panasonic, say, to delist subsidiaries. But Son’s IPO gambit is even more important for his group than it is for the stock market. And for three reasons. First, Son’s ambitions are …
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