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VIS, Chipbond March sales rebound - related content
Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Thursday 11 April 2013]
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Chipbond, VIS: Consolidated revenues, Mar 2012 - Mar 2013 (NT$m)

Chipbond, VIS: Consolidated revenues, Mar 2012 - Mar 2013 (NT$m)

Month

VIS

Chipbond

Sales

Y/Y

Sales

Y/Y

Mar-13

1,684

53.6%

1,338

14.2%

Feb-13

1,434

44.2%

1,149

5.7%

Jan-13

1,669

56.9%

1,360

26.4%

Dec-12

1,393

32.3%

1,450

28.9%

Nov-12

1,566

26%

1,381

30.8%

Oct-12

1,806

78.4%

1,339

18.7%

Sep-12

1,465

32.7%

1,335

30.4%

Aug-12

1,666

20.2%

1,276

21.5%

Jul-12

1,584

14.3%

1,267

12.4%

Jun-12

1,645

21.4%

1,159

3.2%

May-12

1,531

10.5%

1,253

0.5%

Apr-12

1,381

8.2%

1,218

13.5%

Mar-12

1,096

(17.1%)

1,172

2.4%

*Figures are consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, April 2013

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