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- Management Message
Interview with the President
4. Results Forecast
Q. What are your forecasts for FY 2010.3 and the underlying assumptions, based on your relative competitiveness with other companies?
Result Forecast (Consolidated)
2009 2010 (E) (Billions of yen) YoY
A. Our product competitiveness has risen sufficiently, and we forecast a ninth consecutive period of rising earnings.
For FY 2010.3, we forecast operating revenues of ￥3,480.0 billion (down 0.5% year on year), with operating income of ￥470.0 billion (up 6.0%), and net income of ￥255.0 billion (up 14.5%). (For the breakdown by business segment and underlying assumptions, see the Overview of Operations on page 25.) While adapting to the changes in the business environment, to achieve sustainable growth KDDI is strengthening its business foundations, and accelerating its efforts for further development of the KDDI group as a whole. We are also taking on “the challenge of New Value Creation” with the goal of being the leader in customer satisfaction in all aspects of service. By actively taking on new challenges we give a boost to activity internally, while at the same time project a buoyant image of KDDI outside the company.
3,497.5 Operating Income
(Billions of yen)
5. Capital Expenditures
Q. Capital expenditures rose in FY 2008.3 and FY 2009.3. What is the outlook for investment going forward?
Capital Expenditures (Mobile Business)
(Billions of yen)
A. Capital expenditures peaked in FY 2009.3.
KDDI’s capital expenditures have remained high because the 800MHz band KDDI uses as its main frequency in the Mobile Business will be reorganized with a new frequency by July 2012 in line with government policy, requiring substantial capital investment. How397.0
ever, capital expenditures peaked in FY 2009.3, and for FY 2010.3 we anticipate investment on a consolidated basis will decrease 6.1% year on year to ￥540 billion. Capital expenditures related to the reorganization of the 800MHz band will be completed in FY 2012.3, and we expect spending to continue to decline. Depreciation costs, considering that capital expenditure peaked in FY 2009.3, will likely peak in FY 2010.3 or FY 2011.3.
(Years ended March 31)
KDDI CORPORATION Annual Report 2009