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Sony Ericsson (SNE, ERIC) reports shipments fell to 7.6M units in Q2, a 31% Y/Y fall and 6% Q/Q...

Sony Ericsson (SNE, ERIC) reports shipments fell to 7.6M units in Q2, a 31% Y/Y fall and 6% Q/Q fall, and the company swung to a net loss of €50M from a net profit of €12M a year earlier. Calling the quarter "lost," CEO Bert Nordberg says supply-chain constraints resulting from Japan's earthquake hit the company very hard.

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