Toshiba wants to be top maker of flash memory soon: president
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp's president said his company wanted to soon overtake South Korean rival Samsung Electronics as the world's leading maker of flash memory.
Toshiba's president, Norio Sasaki, was speaking during a press tour of a new chip factory in Japan.
(Reporting by Kentaro Hamada; writing by Tim Kelly)
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