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Toshiba Corp. said it may have to book several billion dollars in losses related to a U.S. nuclear power acquisition, a shock warning that sent its stock tumbling 12 percent and rekindled concerns about its accounting acumen.Shares in Toshiba, which remains on the Tokyo bourse's watch list due to concerns about the firms' internal controls, finished 12 percent lower after the company flagged the announcement earlier in the day.As of the end of September, Toshiba had shareholders' equity of 363 billion yen, or just 7.5 percent of assets, which could fall close to zero if the company is forced to log significant losses.
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