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Sony struggles to revive electronic sales

14 May 2014 Last updated at 07:02 BST

Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony used to be one of the country's top-selling brands.

But the company has been struggling to stay afloat in recent years due to tough competition from Asian rivals such as South Korea's Samsung Electronics.

Just how big a challenge the company is facing will become clear when it announces its full-year earnings later today.

Sony has already warned of a massive loss and announced plans to exit the personal computer business.

Ashleigh Nghiem explains why Sony - once an indisputable market leader - has been struggling.

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