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Inotera to raise NT$25 billion through syndicated loan

Jan 27, 10:21

Inotera Memories, a DRAM-manufacturing venture between Micron Technology and Nanya Technology, will manage another fund raising plan for a syndicated loan of NT$25 billion (US$780.15...

Charles Kao, president of Inotera Memories

KYEC secures NT$19 billion syndicated loan

Jan 18, 14:01

Chip testing firm King Yuan Electronics (KYEC), which had originally looked for a five-year syndicated loan of NT$13 billion (US$408.8 million), has managed to secure a total of NT$19.6...

ProMOS approved to extend maturity of all term loans for one year

Jan 7, 12:02

Taiwan-based ProMOS Technologies has received approval from creditor banks to extend the maturity for all its term loans for one year, effective January 1, according to the company...

Nanya Technology lands NT$18 billion in syndicated loans

Nov 10, 15:21

Nanya Technology on November 9 signed on for a syndicated loan of NT$18 billion (US$554 million), with the fund earmarked for its process advancement, according to the company. The...

Innolux gains loan for capacity expansion

Nov 5, 15:17

Innolux Display's board of directors has decided to sign an syndicated loan of NT$35-48 billion to gain funding to purchase equipment for capacity expansion and to enrich the medium-term...

CMO secures NT$40 billion syndicated loan

Sep 10, 14:17

LCD panel maker Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) has announced that it has secured a five-year syndicated bank loan of NT$40 billion (US$1.22 billion) to boost its working capital for...

Winbond signs NT$3.7 billion syndicated loan

Jul 15, 15:17

Winbond Electronics, a Taiwan-based memory chipmaker, on July 15 announced that it has signed a NT$ 3.7 billion (US$112.2 million) three-year syndicated loan agreement with nine banks...

ASE secures NT$12 billion syndicated loan

Jul 1, 09:59

Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) has recently signed a NT$12 billion (US$366.34 million) five-year syndicated loan agreement with 17 banks. The loan will be used to repay...

Wah Hong lands NT$570 million syndicated loan

Jun 17, 16:12

Taiwan-based LCD optical film maker Wah Hong Industrial signed for a 3-year syndicated loan for NT$570 million (US$17.5 million) on June 16 to improve its mid-term financial structure,...

PSC to gain loan repayment extension by collateralizing Rexchip shares

Newswatch - Jun 16, 16:59

Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has reportedly agreed to collateralize its stake in Rexchip Electronics, in order to postpone repayments on a NT$75.5 billion (US$2.29 billion)...

ProMOS gets final nod for NT$3 billion syndicated bank loan

Apr 27, 14:29

ProMOS Technologies has announced that a syndicate of banks has finalized an NT$3 billion (US$89 million) loan, which will enable it to buy back its convertible bonds.

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