Financial Results of fiscal 2003 Performance Briefing(Announced on May 7, 2003)
This is a record of the proceedings at the Performance Briefing for the financial results of fiscal 2003, from April 1, 2002 through March 31, 2003, which was held on Wednesday, May 7, 2003, at Tosho ARROWS in Tokyo.
Fiscal 2003 Consolidated Results and Fiscal 2004 ProjectionsMr. Hajime Sawabe
President & CEO
Consolidated Results Fiscal Year 2003Mr. Seiji Enami
Finance & Accounting Department
HDD Head Business OutlookMr. Koichi Nakano
Deputy General Manager
Data Storage & Thin Film Technology Components Business Group
TDK's Technology StrategyMr. Takeshi Nomura
Director & Senior Vice President
Q & A
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