TOKYO — The global camera business, centered in Japan, is headed for a shakeout.
With industry revenue falling to the lowest level in a decade amid surging smartphone sales, Nikon, the world’s No. 2 camera maker, has cut prices to lure consumers. Market leader Canon may follow suit to keep pace, according to UBS, putting pressure on smaller producers and possibly leading them to retreat from the business.
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