Taiwan notebook makers decry price-cutting amid declining stock prices
David Tzeng, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES

A number of executives from leading Taiwan notebook makers have spoken out against the current cutthroat domestic competition, claiming it is hurting their bottom line and that makers need to shore up gross margins amid declining stock prices.

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