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Lite-On Technology sees increased May revenues - related content
Julian Ho, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 10 June 2014]
Finance data and charts

LTC: Consolidated revenues, Nov 2013 - Apr 2014 (NT$m)

Month

Sales

M/M

Y/Y

YTD

Y/Y

Apr-14

18,914

3.5%

16.4%

70,306

12.2%

Mar-14

18,275

18.8%

11.2%

51,392

10.7%

Feb-14

15,389

(13.2%)

16.3%

33,117

10.4%

Jan-14

17,728

(12.2%)

5.7%

17,728

5.7%

Dec-13

20,182

3%

16.1%

212,822

(1.6%)

Nov-13

19,600

0.8%

10.7%

192,640

(3.2%)

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

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    Before Going to Press | 6min ago

  • Sunrex Technology finishes capital downsizing

    Before Going to Press | 23min ago

  • Vendors to shift away orders from BYD

    Before Going to Press | 23min ago

  • Weak tablet demand prompting vendors to leave business

    Before Going to Press | 24min ago

  • Kingston becomes largest shareholder of OSE

    Before Going to Press | 25min ago

  • BYD 1H16 net profit hikes over 384%

    Before Going to Press | 25min ago

  • Sharp Taiwan president hopes for cooperation with Japan Display in R&D of OLED

    Before Going to Press | 25min ago

  • TOK steps up investment in Taiwan

    Before Going to Press | 52min ago

  • HTC aims at over 10,000 HTC Vive-supporting applications in 2017

    Before Going to Press | 53min ago

  • Digitimes Research: China mobile AP shipments to growth over 18% in 2H16

    Before Going to Press | 53min ago

  • Sharp likely to not acquire OLED equipment as scheduled, says Nikkei

    Before Going to Press | 54min ago

  • IBM Taiwan expects growth potential in Taiwan, says executive

    Before Going to Press | 1h 1min ago

  • Former HTC CEO to attend Tokyo Game Show

    Before Going to Press | 1h 1min ago

  • Taiwan makers cautious about possible fluctuation in orders from China smartphone vendors

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