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Neo Solar, Gintech, GET see sequential drops in February revenues - related content
Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Friday 7 March 2014]
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Neo Solar, Gintech, GET: Consolidated revenues, Oct 2013 - Feb 2014 (NT$m)

Month

Gintech

GET

NSP

Sales

Y/Y

Sales

Y/Y

Sales

Y/Y

Feb-14

1,251

44.6%

1,288

39.6%

2,335

178.2%

Jan-14

1,362

55.2%

1,341

65%

2,424

195.4%

Dec-13

1,398

79.9%

1,320

78.9%

2,406

300.2%

Nov-13

1,414

62.5%

1,279

62.9%

2,333

191.5%

Oct-13

1,503

83.2%

1,244

86.4%

2,300

179.6%

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

17-Oct-2017 markets closed

 LastChange

TAIEX (TSE)10723.15-51.06-0.47% 

TSE electronic461.41-3.56-0.77% 

GTSM (OTC)143.73-0.88-0.61% 

OTC electronic215.13-1.42-0.66% 

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