The 1930’s proved to be a massive decade for Matsushita Electric Manufacturing Devices. 1931 see the invention of a radio, at this time many of the radio’s tuning into Japan’s national broadcasting station were unreliable and Matsushita had experienced this himself vowing to build a radio “that doesn’t break”. In 1930 Matsushita set up Kokudo Electric Co. A joint venture with a radio manufacturer. After a string of unreliable and unsuccessful models Matsushita demanded a radio that met his expectations, and three months post this Kokudo Electric Co. Developed a radio set that immediately won a prize sponsored by the Japanese National broadcasting station (seen left) (http://panasonic.net/history/corporate/chronicle/1931-02.html). Matsushita sold these for a much higher price than the rest of the highly... [continues]
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