Friday 2 June 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
Sega Enterprises (Japan), electronic games manufacturer, has announced plans to transfer production of all games machines to overseas facilities by end-March 1996 in a move aimed at combating the effects of the strong yen. The company already produces all games machines destined for overseas markets and 60% of games machines destined for the Japanese market at overseas facilities in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China and Taiwan. The move will enable the company to control its costs during the year. Sega has also announced plans to reduce the price of its Saturn system by Y10k to Y34,800 in

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