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LXXXI Asamblea Nacional “La Globalización: Retos y oportunidades” Michael S. Inoue, Ph.D. Presidente, Sociedad Japonesa de San Diego y Tijuana (JSSDT)

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1 LXXXI Asamblea Nacional “La Globalización: Retos y oportunidades” Michael S. Inoue, Ph.D. Presidente, Sociedad Japonesa de San Diego y Tijuana (JSSDT) Senior Advisor, Kyocera International, Inc. (KII) A Former Professor, Oregon State University México Japón E. U. A.

2 Objetivo #1 Identificar las oportunidades, los retos y las amenazas que la globalización plantea en particular a los empresarios (Kyocera Mexicana, SA de CV) y en general para el desarrollo de México (y Japón).

3 Objetivo #2 Urgir a los responsables de las decisiones nacionales, a los políticos y en general a los mexicanos (japonés) a que unamos esfuerzos en pro de la competitividad como una fórmula indispensable para afrontar los retos y amenazas que plantea la globalización.

4 Objetivo #3 Proponer a la sociedad puntos de consenso indispensable en México (Japón y Kyocera) para hacer posible el incremento de la competitividad y en consecuencia abatir la pobreza en un mundo crecientemente globalizado.

5 Objetivo #4 Llamar a los empresarios mexicanos (Kyocera) para que se unan a los que ya están en Coparmex (e.g. JETRO) en la búsqueda de la economía competitiva y socialmente responsable que necesita el país (Japón) frente a la globalización.

6 ¿Qué es precisamente la globalización? (Case of Japan) 1549Francisco de Javier 8/15/1549; a Mexican missionary included in 26 Martyrs of Nagasaki (2/5/1597) 1650Isolation 1817Commodore Matthew Perry visits Japan 1882Japanese Navy visits San Diego, Acapulco 1900Colonialization (Manchuria, Korea, Taiwan, …) 1940Militarism 1945End of WWII; survival (imitations); Protectionism 1959Economic boom; Acquisition of foreign companies 1998Bubble bursts

7 ¿Qué es precisamente la globalización? Stage 0Isolation and Protectionism Stage 1Regional and inter-state commerce Stage 2Colonialization (Foreign capital, technology) Stage 3Bilateral commerce Stage 4International companies Local production by foreign subsidiaries Stage 5Multinational corporation Local R&D, product design Stage 6Global corporation A group of multinational companies

8 ¿Qué es precisamente la globalización? (Case of Kyocera) 1959Dr. Kazuo Inamori establishes Kyocera in Kyoto with 27 employees, US$10,000 in capital. Sales: $5K/mos. 1965Texas Instruments (‘65), IBM(‘66) place orders. 1969Kyocera International, Inc. established in Sunnyvale, CA. 1972KII Production in San Diego, (1st Japanese Mfg in CA) 1976ADR listed on NYSE 1984Established KDDI (then DDI) 1990Merged AVX, the first stock swap merger of a Japanese company with a foreign company 199520% listed AVX on NYSE $1B sales, Profit grew x5 2000Established Kyocera Wireless Corp.(from QUALCOMM)

9 Introducing Kyocera Corporation (1)  Founded:April 1959  Headquarters:Kyoto, Japan  FY00 Sales: 1.285 Trillion Yen (about $10.2 Billion)  General Facts:>80% of sales derived from telecom, information processing and Internet-related businesses  Leading Products:Telecom & information equipment (wireless phones, copiers, printers, faxes); advanced ceramics; electronic components; semiconductor packages; solar power systems; cameras

10 Introducing Kyocera Corporation (2)  Workforce: Approximately 42,000 worldwide  Research and Development Centers: Central Research Center, Kagoshima Yokohama Research Center, Yokohama Keihanna Research Center, Kyoto Kyocera Mita R&D Center, Osaka Advanced Ceramics Technology Center, Vancouver, WA, U.S.A. Advanced Products Technical Center, Myrtle Beach, SC, U.S.A. Israel Research Center, Jerusalem, Israel  Manufacturing Plants:61 Japan:18 Japan:18 ROW:43 ROW:43 Named by IndustryWeek among “The World’s 100 Best-Managed Companies” Named by IndustryWeek among “The World’s 100 Best-Managed Companies”

11 Strategic Market Directions

12 Fine Ceramic Group Share of Kyocera Group’s FY01 Net Sales: 28.3% FY01 sales: ¥363 billion ($2.881 billion) ($2.881 billion) up 34.0% up 34.0% òFine Ceramic Parts òSemiconductor Parts òConsumer-related Products

13 Electronic Device Group Share of Kyocera Group’s FY01 Net Sales: 30.6% FY01 sales:¥393 billion ($3.116 billion) up 46.6% ò Electronic Components

14 FY01 sales: ¥467 billion ($3.709 billion) up 117.3% òTelecommunications Equipment òInformation Equipment òOptical Instruments Equipment Group Share of Kyocera Group’s FY01 Net Sales: 36.3%

15 Business Segment Information 30.6% 36.3% Telcom Info Optical 34.0% Semi Consumer Fine Cer

16  THE AMERICAS20 Manufacturing Plants San Diego, CACDMA wireless phones San Diego, CACDMA wireless phones San Diego, CASemiconductor packages San Diego, CASemiconductor packages Beaverton, ORSemiconductor packages Beaverton, ORSemiconductor packages Mountain Home, NCStructural ceramic parts Mountain Home, NCStructural ceramic parts Vancouver, WAStructural ceramic parts Vancouver, WAStructural ceramic parts Scottsdale, AZSolar energy products Scottsdale, AZSolar energy products Irvine, CACarbide Cutting Tools Irvine, CACarbide Cutting Tools Biddeford, ME (AVX)Electronic components Biddeford, ME (AVX)Electronic components Colorado Springs, CO (AVX)Electronic components Colorado Springs, CO (AVX)Electronic components Conway, SC (AVX)Electronic components Conway, SC (AVX)Electronic components Myrtle Beach, SC (AVX)Electronic components Myrtle Beach, SC (AVX)Electronic components Raleigh, NC (AVX)Electronic components Raleigh, NC (AVX)Electronic components Olean, NY (AVX)Electronic components Olean, NY (AVX)Electronic components Sun Valley, CA (AVX)Electronic components Sun Valley, CA (AVX)Electronic components Tijuana, Mexico Semiconductor packages Tijuana, Mexico Semiconductor packages Chihuahua, Mexico (AVX)Electronic components Chihuahua, Mexico (AVX)Electronic components Juarez, Mexico (AVX)Electronic components Juarez, Mexico (AVX)Electronic components San Salvador, El Salvador (AVX)Electronic components San Salvador, El Salvador (AVX)Electronic components Sao Paulo, BrazilOptical instruments Sao Paulo, BrazilOptical instruments Manaus, Brazil (AVX)Electronic Components Manaus, Brazil (AVX)Electronic Components Provincia de Buenos Aires, ArgentinaSolar energy products Provincia de Buenos Aires, ArgentinaSolar energy products Global Manufacturing

17  JAPAN18 Manufacturing Plants Hokkaido KitamiOptical ceramics, telecom equipment, Hokkaido KitamiOptical ceramics, telecom equipment, electronic components electronic components Fukushima TanaguraTelecom equipment Fukushima TanaguraTelecom equipment Chiba SakuraSolar systems Chiba SakuraSolar systems Nagano OkayaOptical instruments, electronic components Nagano OkayaOptical instruments, electronic components Tokyo OhmeOptical lenses Tokyo OhmeOptical lenses Mie IseSolar power systems Mie IseSolar power systems Mie TamakiLaser printers Mie TamakiLaser printers ShigaSemiconductor packages, electronic components, ShigaSemiconductor packages, electronic components, structural ceramic components, solar products structural ceramic components, solar products Kagoshima SendaiSemiconductor packages, electronic components, Kagoshima SendaiSemiconductor packages, electronic components, structural ceramic parts structural ceramic parts Kagoshima KokubuSemiconductor packages, electronic components, Kagoshima KokubuSemiconductor packages, electronic components, structural ceramic parts structural ceramic parts Kagoshima HayatoElectronic components Kagoshima HayatoElectronic components Kyocera Elco Corp.Electronic connectors Kyocera Elco Corp.Electronic connectors Kyocera Optec Co. Ltd.Optical instruments Kyocera Optec Co. Ltd.Optical instruments Kyocera Mita (5 plants)Copiers and facsimile equipment Kyocera Mita (5 plants)Copiers and facsimile equipment

18  EUROPE / MIDDLE EAST 12 Manufacturing Plants Paignton, England (AVX)Electronic components Paignton, England (AVX)Electronic components Newmarket, England (AVX)Electronic components Newmarket, England (AVX)Electronic components Biggleswade, England (AVX)Electronic components Biggleswade, England (AVX)Electronic components Coleraine, N. Ireland (AVX)Electronic components Coleraine, N. Ireland (AVX)Electronic components Larne, N. Ireland (AVX)Electronic components Larne, N. Ireland (AVX)Electronic components Betzdorf, Germany (AVX)Electronic components Betzdorf, Germany (AVX)Electronic components Seurre, France (AVX)Electronic components Seurre, France (AVX)Electronic components Beaune, France (AVX)Electronic components Beaune, France (AVX)Electronic components Saint Appolinaire, France (AVX)Electronic components Saint Appolinaire, France (AVX)Electronic components Lanskroun, Czech Rep. (AVX)Electronic components Lanskroun, Czech Rep. (AVX)Electronic components Uherske Hradiste, Czech Rep. (AVX)Electronic components Uherske Hradiste, Czech Rep. (AVX)Electronic components Jerusalem, Israel (AVX)Electronic components Jerusalem, Israel (AVX)Electronic components Global Manufacturing

19 PRODUCT / SERVICE Telecommunications common carrier Mobile and portable telephone services PHS communication services Amusement and leisure Multimedia services Leasing services Telecom & information systems services Electronic Components Electronics Connectors CDMA wireless phones Copiers, faxes Electronic components COMPANY DDI Corporation Cellular Telephone Companies DDI Pocket Telephone Companies Taito Corporation Kyocera Multimedia Corporation Kyocera Leasing Co., Ltd. Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd. Kinseki, Ltd. Kyocera Elco Corporation Kyocera Wireless Corp. S.K. Teletech Co., Ltd. Kyocera Mita Corp. AVX Corporation Major Operating Subsidiaries and Affiliates

20 Crea- tividad Auto Estima Pertenencia Segridad Necesidades Fisiológicas Triángulo de Braham H. Maslow (1908-1970) sobre las necessidades humanas (Inoue, Murray y Blanco, p.28)

21 Arts, sciences Sovereignty Autonomy Education, social development Security (Laws and Order) Food, Clothing, Shelter, Energy National Development

22 Co. Morality Mission Co. Structure Inspired Leadership Dedicated Workforce Safety, security, compensations Maslow’s Triangle for a Global Corporation

23 “Respect the Divine Co. And Love People” Motto Philosophy Kyocera Philosophy Amoebas Co. Structure Inspired Leadership “ Formula for Dedicated Workforce Success” Safety, security, profit, compensations Maslow’s Triangle for Kyocera

24 Tech- nology Logistics Infrastructure Quality labor cost Prospect for profitability, Safety, security, water, food, housing Maslow’s Triangle for a Corporate Location

25 Kyocera Formula for Success The Result of our work Or of our life = Ability (0~100%) x Effort (0~100%) X Attitude (-100%~100%)

26 Kyocera Philosophy P.A.S.S.I.O.N. Dr. Kazuo Inamori, Founder Kyocera & KDDI Purpose/Profit Ambition Sincerity Strength Innovation Optimism Never Give Up

27 Global Prosperity and Happiness Mexico, Japan and EUA can lead the world

28 Kyocera Corporation Consolidated BUSINESS OVERVIEW For the year ended March 31, 2001

29 1. Introducing Kyocera Corporation 2. Strategic Market Directions 3. Business Segment Information 4. Global Manufacturing 5. Organization 6. The “Inamori Group” 7. North American Operations 8. Fiscal 2000 Sales by Product Line 9. Major Operating Subsidiaries & Affiliates Presentation Outline

30 Telecommunication Environment Quality of Life Products for Kyocera Strategy


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