Capcom full-year figures show 10.6% sales increase

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 8 May 2009 11:06 GMT


Capcom saw a 10.6 percent sales increase in the 12 months ending March, up to 91.8 billion yen.

Operating income rose 11.4 percent to 14.6 billion yen year-over-year, with net income up to 8.06 billion yen, a 3.3 percent increase.

The firm’s predicting growth for the current year, forecasting a sales rise to 95 billion yen.

Press release here.

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Capcom Full Year Financials 2009

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