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Powerchip seeks loan extension

Nov 29, 16:31

Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Powerchip Technology is seeking a fresh extension on the repayment of loans totaling about NT$40 billion (US$1.31 billion) it currently holds, according...

China banks pour 250 billion yuan into domestic solar supply chain

Nov 18, 11:12

Statistics show that major China-based solar companies, including LDK Solar, Suntech Power and Yingli Green Energy, have received more than 250 billion yuan (US$38 billion) from local...

Macronix signs NT$18 billion syndicated loan

Sep 17, 01:05

NOR flash and mask ROM chipmaker Macronix International has obtained a syndicated loan worth NT$18 billion (US$564 million) from 15 banks, to fund the smooth operation of its new...

Amtran to raise NT$3.8 billion

Sep 7, 15:15

Taiwan-based LCD TV maker Amtran Technology has announced plans to sign an syndicated loan to raise NT$3.8 billion within three years.

CMMT board approves plan for NT$4 billion loan

Aug 17, 10:56

The board of directors of Chi Mei Materials Technology (CMMT), a polarizer supplier of the Chi Mei Group, has approved a plan to obtain a syndicated bank loan of NT$3.5-4 billion...

Neo Solar Power to sign NT$5 billion syndicated loan

Aug 5, 10:43

Solar cell maker Neo Solar Power will sign a NT$5 billion (US$157.36 million) syndicated loan with a banking consortium on August 5, 2010, according to the Taiwan-based company. Neo...

Gintech obtains NT$6.5 billion loan

Aug 3, 10:53

Gintech Energy, a maker of crystalline silicon solar cells, on August 2 signed a 5-year syndicated loan, the largest syndicated loan to date in Taiwan's solar sector, with 11 banks...

China-based BOE receives 7.5 billion yuan loan for 6G plant, says report

Newswatch - Jul 16, 17:07

China-based BOE has received a bank loan totaling 7.5 billion yuan (US$1.11 billion) for its 6G TFT-LCD panel plant project in Hefei, eastern China, according to a Chinese-language...

ProMOS gets extension for bank loan repayment

Stockwatch - Jul 13, 12:13

ProMOS Technologies has received approval from an eight-member banking consortium to extend repayments on its NT$2.98 billion (US$93 million) syndicated loan by another year, according...

Walton to sign NT$6 billion loan

Newswatch - Jul 6, 12:01

Walton Advanced Electronics will take on a loan of NT$6 billion (US$186 million) to be paid back over a period of five years to enhance its business operation, according to the DRAM...

Green Energy gets NT$2.66 billion syndicated loan

Stockwatch - Jun 22, 12:44

Solar-grade wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) announced that it has signed a NT$2.66 billion (US$83.7 million) syndication loan contract through cooperation with the Taipei...

Danen Technology signs NT$1.1 billion syndicated loan

Jun 7, 13:59

Danen Technology has signed a NT$1.2 billion (US$37 million) syndicated loan with twelve banks to fund operational needs and construction of its second solar wafer plant at the Taoyuan...

Winbond secures NT$7 billion syndicated loan for technology migration

May 31, 16:41

Winbond Electronics on May 31 announced the signing of a five-year, NT$7 billion (US$218 million) syndicated loan contract with a banking consortium. The loan will be used for technology...

IC distributor Coasia secures NT$1 billion syndicated loan

May 31, 16:00

Coasia Microelectronics has signed a NT$1 billion (US$31 million) syndicated loan with banks to fund operations, according to the company. The IC distributor said sales of its distributed...

Wah Hong obtains NT$1.5 billion loan

May 28, 14:00

Taiwan-based optical film maker Wah Hong Industrial on May 27 signed a five-year syndicated loan worth NT$1.5 billion (US$46.95 million) with 11 local banks to pay back previous loans,...

A-Data signs NT$3.6 billion syndicated loan for capacity ramp

May 27, 12:21

DRAM module maker A-Data Technology has signed a three-year syndicated loan for NT$3.6 billion (US$112 million) from a banking consortium. The new funds will be used to secure more...

Tatung signs syndicated loan for NT$3.6 billion

May 25, 16:18

Tatung on May 24 signed a 4-year syndicated loan of NT$3.6 billion (US$113 million) with 12 local Taiwan banks, according to the company.

Zenitron receives NT$1.8 billion syndicated loan for expansion

Newswatch - May 12, 16:07

IC distributor Zenitron has signed a five-year NT$1.8 billion (US$56.92 million) syndicated loan with a banking consortium to fund operations and product portfolio expansion.

CPT obtains NT$22.8 billion bank loan

May 11, 15:42

Taiwan-based TFT-LCD panel maker Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) on May 10 signed with 20 banks in Taiwan for a 5-year syndicated loan of NT$22.8 billion (US$719 million), according...

Inotera signs NT$35 billion syndicated loan

May 11, 11:39

Inotera Memories has signed a contract with banks for a five-year syndicated loan of NT$35 billion (US1.1 billion) chiefly for its technology transitions. The DRAM maker said it is...

PSC to receive NT$1.5 billion loan from Transcend

Newswatch - Apr 12, 15:56

Transcend Information's board of directors has approved plans to lend Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) a total of NT$1.5 billion (US$48 million), according to the DRAM module...

AUO subsidiaries invest in LED maker Lextar

Feb 5, 15:35

AU Optronics (AUO) subsidiaries including polarizer maker Daxon Technology, Qisda and LCD TV inverter maker Darfon Electronics have invested in LED chipmaker Lextar Electronics, also...

Vibo Telecom signs NT$3 billion syndicated loan, says paper

Newswatch - Jan 27, 15:41

Taiwan-based 3G operator Vibo Telecom has signed a three-year NT$3 billion (US$93.6 million) syndicated loan with a consortium led by five commercial banks including Chinatrust Commercial...

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...

PSC seeking to buy back Rexchip shares

Newswatch - Dec 2, 14:06

Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has proposed talks about buying back Rexchip Electronics shares from Elpida Memory, according to industry sources. PSC's stake in Rexchip...

Taiwan panel makers rise over NT$100 billion in funding in 2009

Nov 24, 16:15

Taiwan TFT-LCD panel makers have raise NT$130 billion (US$4.03 billion) in 2009, including NT$115 billion in syndicated loans by AU Optronics (AUO), Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO)...

PVI board approves E-ink acquisition; to sign new syndicated loan

Nov 19, 17:11

Electrophoretic display (EPD) maker Prime View International (PVI) has announced the company's board of directors on November 18 approved procedures for the acquisition of E-Ink....

EPD maker Prime View International (PVI) chairman Scott Liu

Innolux Display lands NT$48 billion syndicated loan

Nov 18, 14:15

Innolux Display has signed with 19 banks in Taiwan for a syndicated loan of NT$48 billion (US$1.49 billion), the largest in the local LCD panel industry so far this year.

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...

Taiwan telecom carrier APBT settles loan lawsuit with Deutsche Bank

Oct 20, 11:42

Asia Pacific Broadband Telecom (APBT), an operator of fixed-line and 3G mobile communication services in Taiwan, on October 19 announced the settlement of a lawsuit filed by Deutsche...

Tatung InfoComm secures NT$2 billion syndicated loan for WiMAX network

Newswatch - Sep 24, 10:41

Taiwan-based WiMAX operator Tatung InfoComm has secured a syndicated bank loan of NT$2 billion (US$61.73 million) which it will use to build up its WiMAX networks and improve its...

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...

Solar cell maker E-Ton raises capital

Aug 4, 10:26

Taiwan crystalline silicon solar cell maker E-Ton Solar Tech has raised NT$2.415 billion (US$73.7 million) by issuing new shares at NT$80.5 per share, with the funds to be used to...

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