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Das ist die dritte Mitsubsihi mit PV-Bezug:

M.Electric macht c-SI Ingot/Wafer/Zelle/Modul
M.Heavy macht mc-SI Module


M.Materials hält 12,25% an Hemlock.

Die anderen Eigner sind:

DowCorning mit 63,25% (DowCorning ist 50/50 JV der beiden Namensgeber)
Shin-Etsu Handotai mit 24,5%
Mitsubishi Materials Corporation - SWOT Analysis
Mitsubishi Materials Corporation recorded revenues of JPY1,143.7 billion (approximately $9.7 billion) during the fiscal year ended March 2006, an increase of 16.1% over 2005

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Mitsubishi Materials Corporation Company Profile is the essential source for top-level company data and information. The report examines the company’s key business structure and operations, history and products, and provides summary analysis of its key revenue lines and strategy.

Mitsubishi Materials Corporation (MMC) is one of the world's largest diversified materials companies engaged in metal smelting and refining; cement products;
and fabricated metals businesses. It has global operations spread over 24 countries spanning Japan, the US, Europe and Asia. It is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and employs about 19,000 people.The company recorded revenues of JPY1,143.7 billion (approximately $9.7 billion) during the fiscal year ended March 2006, an increase of 16.1% over 2005. The operating profit of the company was JPY69 billion (approximately $586 million) during fiscal year 2006, an increase of 27.8% over 2005. The net profit was JPY58.8 billion (approximately $500 million) in fiscal year 2006, as compared to JPY16.4 billion (approximately $139 million) in 2005.
(i) Results for the Year Ended March 31, 2009
In fiscal 2009 ended March 31, 2009, although the global economy developed relatively stable in the first half of the year
under the condition where concerns about the future economic growth increased. However, in the second half, the financial
crisis expanded due to the turmoil of financial market in the U.S that significantly impacted on the stock market. It remarkably
deteriorated the real economy, as capital investment by business corporations and personal consumption decreased that resulted
in the global recession in the late second half.
Looking at the Japanese economy in the consolidated fiscal year under review, capital investment and personal consumption
fell in the second half of FY affected by the trend of the global economy. Exports and production also sharply decreased and
corporate earnings were significantly down that rapidly led to the economic downturn phase.
The business environment surrounding the Mitsubishi Materials Group sharply deteriorated affected by the recession both in
Japan and on a global basis, including a sluggish demand from the automotive and semiconductor industries, decreasing demand
for cement, appreciation of yen, and sharp decline of non-ferrous metal prices in the second half.
In these circumstances, the Group implemented the so-called four-wheel-drive management by diverse measures including
the reinforcement and expansion of the four core businesses that have different business model - Cement, Metals, Advanced
Materials & Tools, and Electronic Materials & Components - and concentrated its investment in the three growth fields-
automotive, information and electronics, and environment and recycling - under the "New Medium-Term Management Plan
(fiscal 2008-2010): Break-through 1000 - Aiming to Become a Company with ¥100 Billion in Ordinary Income" to establish a
stable earnings ground that enables us to record more than ¥100 billion of consolidated ordinary profit regardless of the change
of external environment. The Group also established "Comprehensive Management Measures" in December 2008 to address a
sharp deterioration of business environment in and from the second half, and strongly promoted investment constraint, thorough
review and improvement of production and sales systems, re-allocation of human resources, and cost reduction measures in
various fields through the Group-wide activities.
However, as we were remarkably affected by shaper-than-expected deterioration of the business environment in the second
half, consolidated sales were ¥1,424,114 million (down by 14.2% from a year earlier), and consolidated operation profit was
¥35,134 million (down by 64.9%), consolidated ordinary profit was ¥40,046 million (down by 70.6%), and consolidated net
income was ¥6,106 million (down 91.8%) in consolidated fiscal year under the review.

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