Green energy
SAS merges semiconductor silicon wafer subsidiary of Japan-based Covalent Materials
Nuying Huang, Taipei; Jackie Chang, DIGITIMES

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Sino-American Silicon (SAS) announced the merger of the semiconductor silicon wafer subsidiary of Japan-based Covalent Materials on August 10. However, SAS noted that its emphasis will still be on the 4-8 inch silicon...

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