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Tyntek to spin off solar cell unit
Photo: Kevin Hsu [Apr 18, 2006]

Taiwan-based Tyntek recently announced that it will spin off its solar business to form a wholly-owned subsidiary. The new firm will have an initial capital of NT$100 million which should increase to NT$150 million in 2007, according to the company. Pictured in the center is Fu Pei-Wen, chairman of Tyntek.

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