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22 June 2016 By Quentin Webb

The Japanese group has shown it can sell winners and tackle debts, with an $18 bln blizzard of selloffs. But botched succession planning tightens founder Masayoshi Son’s grip. The group’s sprawl, problematic core holdings and grand ambitions mean investors will remain wary.

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