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  • Wafer probing specialist Ardentec has signed a NT$4 billion (US$125.4 million) syndicated loan agreement with eight local banks in Taiwan, according to a company filing with the Taiwan...
  • The board of directors of IC testing house King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) recently approved a plan to sign a NT$5 billion (US$151.5 million) syndicated loan with a consortium of local...
  • Foundry chipmaker Powerchip Technology has signed a three-year, NT$15 billion (US$491.9 million) syndicated loan contract with a banking consortium, according to the company.
  • DRAM market conditions will be better in the third quarter of 2015, recovering from the bad first half of the year, according to Charles Kau, chairman for Inotera Memories.
  • Answer Technology (ANStek) has signed a US$30 million syndicated loan agreement with a consortium of local banks in Taiwan, according to the IC distributor.
  • The board of directors of Chipbond Technology, a Taiwan-based backend house specializing in LCD driver ICs, has approved a plan to apply for a syndicated loan of NT$4 billion (US$135.4...
  • Taiwan-based passive component company Chilisin Electronics has signed a NT$2.4 billion (US$80.7 million) syndicated loan with a consortium of nine banks, according to a company filing...
  • Winbond Electronics, which manufactures NOR flash and niche-market DRAM chips, has signed a NT$5 billion (US$171.7 million) three-year syndicated loan agreement with 10 local banks...
  • Rexchip faces delisting

    Thursday 18 October 2012
    Rexchip Electronics, the Taiwan-based production subsidiary of Japan's Elpida Memory, will likely get delisted from the local emerging stock market if the firm fails to find new un...
  • Sharp's share price fell in trading by as much as 7.2% to JPY194 (US$2.47) on Thursday (September 5), increasing the company's decline so far in 2012 to 71%.
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC), China's largest semiconductor foundry, has announced that SMIC (Beijing) has signed a syndicated loan agreement for a total of US$600...
  • CMI has heavy debts in China, says paper

    Wednesday 22 February 2012
    Having concluded the last round of debt negotiations with more than 30 creditor banks in Taiwan on February 17, Chimei Innolux (CMI) has revealed that it also has NT$50-60 billion...
  • ProMOS facing deadline to redeem ECBs

    Wednesday 15 February 2012
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    DRAM maker ProMOS Technologies, which has been under financial pressure, is now facing a deadline to redeem ECBs worth US$57.1 million by February 21, 2012, according to sources at...
  • As the China government has tightened financing conditions, it has become more difficult for small- to medium-sized Taiwan-based PC supply chain makers in China to obtain loans, with...
  • Cash-strapped Powerchip Technology reportedly is exploring various options, including selling one of its 12-inch plants, in order to continue gaining support from its creditor banks,...
  • LCD panel maker Chimei Innolux (CMI) is still negotiating with a banking consortium for the arrangement of a syndicated loan of up to NT$40 billion (US$1.33 billion) in order to improve...
  • Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), Taiwan's largest IC packaging and testing firm, is applying for a US$200 million syndicated loan to fund its operations in China, according...
  • Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a supplier of niche-market DRAM and NOR flash, on September 19 announced that it has secured a syndicated bank loan of NT$7 billion (US$236 million)...
  • Chimei Innolux (CMI) is planning to sign a syndicated loan of US$1-1.5 billion with a banking consortium led by China Trust Commercial Bank (CTCB), the Chinese-language Commercial...
  • ProMOS Technologies had been in talks with its creditor banks, and finally worked out plans to ease its financial burden. The company announced it has struck a deal with more than...
  • Green Energy Technology (GET), a Taiwan-based producer of solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafers, will apply for a 5-year syndicated loan of up to US$84 million from local banks,...
  • Eversol recently received a syndicated loan from 21 financial institutions totaling NT$5 billion for its new wafer facility and equipment in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
  • Specialty DRAM design house Etron Technology on January 17 signed a five-year, NT$2 billion (US$69 million) syndicated loan provided by five banks to repay part of its previous loans...
  • AU Optronics (AUO) plans to sign a syndicated bank loan of NT$40 billion (US$1.34 billion) by the end of 2010, according to a Chinese-language report in the Economic Daily News...
  • Taiwan's ProMOS Technologies has responded to local media reports indicating the company has asked bank creditors for an one-year loan repayment extension, by saying that it is considering...
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