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Yageo, Walsin post significant revenue decreases for February
Julian Ho, Taipei; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES

Passive components makers Yageo and Walsin Technology both posted sequential and annual falls for February 2020 revenues due to significant contraction in output of MLCCs and chip resistors at plants in China amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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