Hi. I read this article about the history of casio. Quote from the article:In year 1995 80% of Casio watches were made not in Japan.Sales of the diaries helped Casio increase its revenues in Japan in 1994, but the strong yen continued to cut into the profitability of the company's exports. Casio increased the amount of its manufacturing that was done overseas in order to combat this trend. While only 30 percent of Casio's production was overseas in 1993, two years later 80 percent of the company's products were made in foreign plants. By 1996 Casio had plants in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Korea, in addition to its Hong Kong, Taiwan, and North American plants.
My questions are:
What percentage of Casios are made outside Japan nowdays? Maybe 95% or something?
Where do Casio make most of their watches? I hear China and Malaisia is where most of them are made. Is that truth? Do they still have plants in Thailand, Singapore?
If they still make some in Japan where do they go? I assume maybe for Japan market only or maybe only some lines are made there?