For TADASHI SEKIZAWA, 1995 was the year Fujitsu finally cast off the shackles of a weak economy and soaring yen. Sekizawa, 64, restructured ingrown business practices and dumped nationalistic policies. Fujitsu starting selling PCs built 90% with non-Japanese components. It expects to double group net profit to a record $887 million.
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