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Daniel Shen, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Monday 10 February 2014]
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  • China LED suppliers begin to slash prices

    Before Going to Press | 8h 38min ago

  • Parade November performance meets market expectations

    Before Going to Press | 8h 39min ago

  • FocalTech to ship 60 million TDDI chips in 2017

    Before Going to Press | 8h 40min ago

  • GET to raise NT$600 million via private placement

    Before Going to Press | 8h 40min ago

  • Taiwan market: Aruba bullish in local market

    Before Going to Press | 8h 41min ago

  • Tsinghua Unigroup to join Lite-On subsidiary in Suzhou

    Before Going to Press | 8h 41min ago

  • Win Semi to buy HBT production equipment from Avago

    Before Going to Press | 8h 44min ago

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