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Major China TV vendors to buy LCD panels worth US$5.3 billion from Taiwan in both 2010 and 2011, says CVIA delegation

Jul 15, 10:37

China's major TV vendors are not expected to increase their purchase of LCD panels from Taiwan next year, with the procurement amount staying at US$5.3 billion for both 2010 and 2011,...

TSMC reiterates role as passive investor of SMIC

Jun 30, 11:29

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will not be involved with the operation of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), and has no plans to raise...

Morris Chang

Taiwan inks economic cooperation framework agreement with China

Jun 30, 10:15

The Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), a semi-official organization handling Taiwan's relations with China on behalf of the Taiwan government, and its China counterpart, the Association...

TSMC receives Taiwan government approval to take SMIC stake

Newswatch - Jun 29, 10:56

An application of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to take up a stake in China-based Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) has been approved...

Taiwan, China settle on economic cooperation framework agreement

Jun 25, 16:13

Negotiators from Taiwan and China have finalized the text and early harvest list of an economic agreement that both sides are expected to sign by the end of June.

Chipbond to raise stake in China affiliate

Jun 7, 14:55

Chipbond Technology has filed an application with the Taiwan government to take up a majority stake in China-based Chipmore Technology, which it now owns almost 20%, according to...

UMC strengthens solar presence in Shangdong, China

May 4, 16:46

United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), via its subsidiary TLC Capital, will indirectly invest in China-based solar power plant operator Jining Sunrich Solar Energy by injecting...

Taiwan president debates with opposition leader on Taiwan-China economic cooperation pact

Apr 26, 17:04

Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou, in a televised debate with Tsai Ing-wen,chairwoman of the main opposition Demographic Progressive Party on April 25, emphasized the urgency and importance...

AUO to submit supplemental information for China LCD fab application

Apr 14, 15:39

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has finished its preliminary examination of AU Optronics' (AUO) application to set up a 7.5G front-end LCD panel production plant in Kunshan...

TSMC announces bid for approval to take SMIC stake

Mar 30, 10:26

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) on March 29 announced it has formally filed an application with the Taiwan government to take up a stake in China-based Semiconductor...

UMC says soon to apply for acquisition of China-based Hejian

Mar 25, 11:17

United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) has said the application to acquire a major stake in China-based Hejian Technology will soon be submitted to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic...

Taiwan players may get green light for 12-inch fabs in China by 2012, says TSMC chairman

Newswatch - Mar 23, 15:25

Taiwan-based semiconductor companies may be allowed to operate 12-inch fabs in China within two years, according to Morris Chang, chairman and CEO of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing...

Taiwan to lose 30,000 jobs if panel makers move LCD fabs to China, says legislator

Mar 12, 15:51

A legislator in Taiwan has questioned the government move to give LCD panel makers the green light to set up 5G and lower-generation plants in China, warning it may result in massive...

No applications yet to build LCD fabs in China, says Taiwan MOEA

Mar 2, 15:18

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has said it has not yet received any applications to build 6G and more advanced LCD panel lines in China from local panel makers. The...

PSC reportedly decided on new China fab, says paper

Newswatch - Feb 22, 16:38

DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has decided to resume its China fab project, and selected Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province as the location for the 8-inch facility, according...

AUO supports government move to lift China LCD fab ban

Feb 11, 16:54

AU Optronics (AUO) has responded positively to the Taiwan government's latest move to lift the ban on makers building LCD panel fabs in China, saying it will enhance the overall competitiveness...

Taiwan government allows wafer foundries to take shares of rival companies in China

Newswatch - Feb 11, 10:48

The Taiwan government has further eased its rules governing cross-strait investments by allowing Taiwan-based wafer foundries to acquire or make equity investment in China-based foundries...

Taiwan may end ban on LCD fab investments in China today, sources say

Feb 10, 13:09

The Taiwan government is expected to announce the lifting of a cross-strait investment ban later today, allowing Taiwan makers to build LCD panel fabs in China, according to market...

Taiwan government to allow IC design houses to make investment in China, says IDB director

Newswatch - Feb 4, 14:06

The Taiwan government plans to ease its rules to allow Taiwan-based IC design houses to commit equity investment in China, according to Woody Duh, director general of the Industry...

China-based Newland to invest US$1 million in Taiwan-based Accuvally

Feb 3, 16:08

Newland Computer, a China-based provider of information identification and electronic payment service based on its own two-dimension bar code decoding technology, will invest US$1...

TSMC chairman's visit to Shanghai sparks speculation

Jan 26, 14:35

Morris Chang, chairman and CEO of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), visited Shanghai last week, sparking speculation that he had been invited by the Chinese city's...

Morris Chang and his wife, Sophie

AUO to continue committing investment in Taiwan even if government lifts China investment ban, says chairman

Jan 20, 12:12

AU Optronics (AUO) will continue to commit new investment to build next-generation LCD panel fabs in Taiwan even if the government allows local makers to set up panel lines in China,...

China investors interested in Taiwan notebook and panel industries, says paper

Newswatch - Jan 19, 15:57

China-based qualified domestic institutional investors (QDIIs) have shown their interest in Taiwan's panel and notebook industries, according to a Chinese-language report on Economic...

Taiwan to account for 60% of China panel demand in 2010

Jan 14, 15:00

Taiwan-based makers are expected to account for 60% of the total LCD panel demand in China in 2010, up from 50% in 2009, according to market sources.

Taiwan likely to lift cross-strait ban on backend semiconductor technology soon

Dec 30, 10:14

The Taiwan government will likely lift a ban on local firms setting up more advanced packaging and testing operations in China in early 2010, according to market sources. The government...

Taiwan says no decision yet on lifting cross-strait LCD investment ban

Dec 29, 12:19

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 28 denied a local media report that it has decided to allow Taiwan-based makers to set up TFT-LCD panel factories in China...

AUO, CMO urge Taiwan to lift ban, as Korea lets Samsung, LGD set up LCD plants in China

Dec 25, 14:37

AU Optronics (AUO) chairman KY Lee has indicated that the company has completed preparations for building LCD plants in China and is only waiting for the Taiwan government to lift...

Taiwan signs industrial standardizing pact with China, aiming at 4 product lines

Dec 23, 16:50

The Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), a semi-official organization authorized by the Taiwan government to handle Taiwan-China affairs, and its China counterpart, the Association...

Cross-strait USB 3.0 war to begin

Dec 21, 15:52

Fierce competition between Taiwan and China in the USB 3.0 IC design market is coming in 2010 as Intel plans to integrate USB 3.0 support into its chipsets next year.

USB 3.0 applications to take off

Ramp-up of 20nm nodes may accelerate SSD adoption in PCs in 2011

Newswatch - Nov 25, 16:10

NAND flash prices will be driven down significantly in 2011, when major chip suppliers progress to 20nm-class processes, according to industry players and observers from Taiwan and...

Taiwan panel makers should be allowed to set up plants in China, says China MIIT vice minister

Nov 25, 14:50

The Taiwan government should allow Taiwan-based LCD panel makers to set up plants in China, Lou Qingjian, vice minister of China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology...

Lou Qingjian, vice minister of China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT)

TSMC access to SMIC shares depends on government approval, says Chang

Nov 13, 15:58

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will accept the shares offered by Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC) in line with the two companies' lawsuit settlement...

Morris Chang

TSMC to receive US$200 million and shares from SMIC

Nov 11, 11:38

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC) have revealed the terms of a settlement for their trade secrets lawsuit, with...

TSMC vice chairman FC Tseng

Acer chairman calls for cross-strait cooperation on WiMAX, e-book readers

Nov 4, 16:14

Acer chairman JT Wang, who also serves as chairman of the Taipei Computer Association (TCA), has invited China-based players to attend Computex 2010 and hopes participation could...

TSMC grabs new orders from China

Oct 23, 12:32

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has secured set-top box (STB) IC orders from a subsidiary of China-based home appliance vendor Haier, according to industry sources...

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