Hirai apologised to investors for not meeting shareholder expectations and said he would plough on with restructuring efforts in a bid to return the Japanese electronics firm to profit.
The firm forecast another year of losses, its sixth in seven years, as it struggles to keep up with competition in the electronics market and has experienced losses of £491m since Hirai's arrival in 2012.
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