Sony Computer Entertainment to fuse Asian and Japanese units into one

Sony Computer Entertainment to fuse Asian and Japanese units into one

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New As part of recent restructuring and cost-cutting efforts, Sony's Computer Entertainment (SCE) division will merge its Asian and Japanese operations into a single entity. The company said that it would result in a new management unit, with SCE Japan president Hiroshi Kawano taking the helm and the Asian unit's...
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