Asahi Glass To Liquidate A Subsidiary

Date: 2 November 2007
Source: AGC
Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (the “Company”) has decided to liquidate its subsidiary, as described below.1.

Reason of Liquidation

The Company has reorganized its production system for CRT glass following the decrease in demand for CRT glass, and at the same time the demand for molds used for production of CRT glass has sharply  decreased as well. In response to this situation, the Company has decided at this time to dissolve Asahi  Glass Mold Techno Co., Ltd., as it had already stopped the production there of molds for CRT glass in July  2007.

2. Profile of Asahi Glass Mold Techno

(1) Location: 38 Yawata kaigan-dori, Ichihara City, Chiba, Japan

(2) Representative: Masajiro Tani

(3) Business description: manufacture of molds for CRT glass

(4) Foundation Date: January 2003.

(5) Capital: 220 million yen

(6) Shareholders (with %): - Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.: 100%

(7) Number of employees: 2 (as of September 30, 2007)

3. Schedule

(1) Date of liquidation resolution by shareholders: October 30, 2007

(2) Date of liquidation: First half of 2008 (plan)

4. Impact on the operational results

The liquidation of the aforementioned subsidiary will have only a negligible effect on the Company’s  non-consolidated and consolidated operating results.

600450 Asahi Glass To Liquidate A Subsidiary
Date: 2 November 2007
Source: AGC

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