Japan Display’s fundraising plan backfires as shares tank

TOKYO — Japan Display will likely sell new shares for roughly one-fifth less than hoped for after investors cast doubt on the flat-screen manufacturer’s growth prospects. Japan Display announced on March 30 that it would raise a total of 35 billion yen ($ …
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