Nintendo says stopping sales in Russia had a “negligible effect”

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NME published this video item, entitled “Nintendo says stopping sales in Russia had a “negligible effect”” – below is their description.

Speaking at Nintendo’s 82nd annual general meeting of shareholders, the company behind the Switch, Mario Kart, and many other well known properties has said that halting all sales in Russia since the country’s invasion of Ukraine has had a small and “negligible effect” on the company’s financial results.

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