1st Half of fiscal 2003 Performance Briefing(Announced on Oct. 31, 2002)
This is a record of the proceedings at the Performance Briefing for the financial results of the six months ended September 30, 2002, which was held on Thursday, October 31, 2002, at Tokyo Shoken Kaikan in Tokyo.
1st Half of FY03 Consolidated Results and
Mr. Hajime Sawabe
Fiscal 2003 Projections
President & CEO
Consolidated results for the 1st half of Fiscal Year 2003Mr. Seiji Enami
Finance & Accounting Department
HDD Head Business OutlookMr. Takehiro Kamigama
Data Storage Components Business Group
Production Trend of Major Sets
Mr. Shinji Yoko
-Business Environment of influence TDK Business of Electronic Components-
Director and Senior Vice President
Q & A
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