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June 3, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

The soaraway yen and the tumbling dollar together mean that although Fujitsu Ltd’s sales rose only 5.8% in its last fiscal year, in dollar terms they came out at $12,310m, making the company the clear world number two to IBM ahead of Unisys; computers accounted for 68% of the total, rising 7.6% to $8,333m: the company’s other businesses are semiconductors and digital telecommunications equipment and about the only difference between Fujitsu’s overall product mix and that of IBM is that Fujitsu sells some of its chips on the merchant market as well as using them in its own products, where IBM as yet does not.

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