Creation of AGC Group Vision, "Look Beyond"

Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (head office: Tokyo; President: Shinya Ishizu, referred to as "AGC" hereunder) has developed its group vision titled "Look Beyond", so that it can be shared by AGC and its group companies (the "Group").

We have been carrying out various measures under the mid-term management plan "StoG2003" that was announced in April 2001.However, we have seen significant changes in the business environment since the adoption of the plan, and we foresee that business environment will continue to change further for the future. In such circumstances, it has become an urgent necessity for the Group to show a clear vision for the future to our stakeholders, such as customers, business partners, shareholders, society and employees, in a long-term perspective.

Based on such understanding, we have decided to adopt and announce the AGC Group Vision, "Look Beyond", taking the opportunity of the commencement of the integrated group management on a global basis from 1st of April, along with the introduction of the In-house Company System.

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