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Inotera, Nanya February sales down on-month - related content
Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Thursday 6 March 2014]
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Inotera, Nanya: Consolidated revenues, Jan 2013 - Jan 2014 (NT$m)

Inotera, Nanya: Consolidated revenues, Jan 2013 - Jan 2014 (NT$m)

Month

Nanya

Inotera

Sales

Y/Y

Sales

Y/Y

Jan-14

4,165

63.3%

7,218

171.7%

Dec-13

4,034

78.4%

8,146

156%

Nov-13

3,698

28.6%

6,455

117.3%

Oct-13

4,218

74.1%

6,068

105.1%

Sep-13

3,633

80.4%

5,976

113.5%

Aug-13

3,513

53.3%

5,571

94.8%

Jul-13

4,139

50.5%

5,397

77.8%

Jun-13

4,432

35.6%

5,148

57.3%

May-13

4,601

26.6%

4,154

26.2%

Apr-13

4,801

40.4%

3,445

14.8%

Mar-13

3,632

22.2%

3,443

36.7%

Feb-13

3,063

(8%)

2,533

(2.2%)

Jan-13

2,551

(3.4%)

2,656

(5.7%)

*Figures are consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, March 2014

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