Panasonic concentrates on Indian exp
Panasonic, Japanese consumer electronics major is looking
May 26, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Panasonic, Japanese consumer electronics major is looking for a strategic roadmap to penetrate into the domestic market. For the purpose, it is looking for a tie-up with Indian companies for technical assistance and operational functionality. It is planning to enter into an alliance with Tata Group which runs the electronics supermarket chain Croma.
Panasonic also recently set up its first research and development centre in Haryana to expand its product verticals besides an expanded range of its existing products.
The company is also in talks with IT and computer makers, for making software and developing contents for its smart TVs.
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