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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...

PSC to receive NT$450 million loan from ASE

Stockwatch - Jul 27, 10:13

IC packaging and testing house Advanced Engineering Semiconductor (ASE) has announced that its board of directors has approved a NT$450 million (US$13.7 million) loan to DRAM maker...

Winbond remains cautious about expansion

Jul 16, 14:45

Winbond Electronics, a Taiwan-based DRAM maker that has diversified its products to include niche memory and NOR flash, has said its capital spending for 2009 may be less than its...

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...

DRAM maker PSC to gain fund injection from PTI and Kingston

Jul 10, 12:36

Powertech Technology (PTI) and Kingston Technology will jointly loan Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) a total of US$125 million, according to a PTI filing with the Taiwan...

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)...

Micron pays back loan borrowed from Inotera

Newswatch - May 27, 12:22

Inotera Memories, on May 26, said it has collected US$85 million from Micron Technology in repayment for a six-month loan to facilitate its acquisition of Qimonda's stake in Inoter...

Solar cell maker E-Ton requests banks to ease conditions for loan repayment

May 21, 11:32

E-Ton Solar Tech, a Taiwan-based solar cell maker, has announced that it is negotiating with bank creditors for a revision to the terms of a syndicated loan to reduce its financial...

ProMOS still waiting for bank approval for syndicated loan

Stockwatch - Apr 21, 15:04

ProMOS Technologies has yet to finalize a syndicated bank loan for NT$3 billion (US$90 million) that it needs to redeem convertible bonds.

DRAM maker PSC loan repayment extension approved

Newswatch - Apr 8, 11:03

Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has announced via a company filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) that it has been granted an extension on repayments of existing bank...

ProMOS still facing loan uncertainty

Newswatch - Mar 24, 16:58

DRAM chipmaker ProMOS Technologies has seen more than 79% of its ECB bondholders accept its tender offer, meeting the minimum ratio set by its syndicate banks in order to gain a loan...

ProMOS says more than 79% of bondholders accepting buyback offer

Mar 23, 10:33

Taiwan's ProMOS Technologies has announced that as of March 23, 2009, more than 79% of bondholders (number excluding the 12% held by its syndicate banks) have indicated their intention...

CPT denies seeking government bailout

Mar 4, 10:51

TFT-LCD panel maker Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) has denied that it has asked for Taiwan government bailout, saying the CPT group's cash of more than NT$20 billion (US$569.96 million)...

DRAM maker ProMOS reaffirms ECB redemption

Feb 27, 14:31

ProMOS Technologies has released a statement to further clarify its loan extension announcement made recently (February 25). The cash-strapped DRAM chipmaker reiterated that over...

ProMOS allowed to extend bank loan repayments for one year

Feb 26, 16:16

Taiwan's DRAM chipmaker ProMOS Technologies has revealed that it has been allowed to extend repayments on existing bank loans for one year under a government assistance program.

ProMOS offers to buy back bonds, but says it has not enough money

Feb 20, 11:49

ProMOS Technologies has announced an offer to buy back US$335 million worth of convertible bonds (CBs), but maintained that it will only have less than NT$3 billion (US$8.66 million)...

DRAM maker PSC allowed to extend loan repayments for six months, says paper

Newswatch - Feb 19, 15:36

Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), one of Taiwan's financially-distressed DRAM chipmakers, has been given an additional six months to complete repayments on its NT$60 billion...

ProMOS responds to media reports of severe financial troubles

Stockwatch - Feb 13, 14:45

ProMOS Technologies issued a filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) to respond to Taiwan media reports claiming that it will likely fail in its bid to secure a syndicated loan...

Taiwan banks halt ProMOS loan

Feb 5, 12:10

Nine Taiwan banks which reportedly have agreed to provide a syndicated loan of NT$5 billion (US$148 million) to DRAM chipmaker ProMOS Technologies have postponed the lending process,...

Kingston acts as guarantor for ProMOS loan

Feb 4, 12:24

Kingston Technology has agreed to act as a guarantor for ProMOS Technologies' application for a syndicated loan of NT$5 billion (US$148 million) from nine local banks, according to...

PSC may get extension for bank loan repayment

Jan 20, 01:05

A request by Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) to further extend its bank loan repayments is expected to be allowed, according to market sources.

Enlight's China plant seized over unsettled loan

Dec 9, 12:36

PC case/chassis maker Enlight has disclosed that a plant in China has been seized by a court at the request of a Chinese bank over a 65 million yuan (US$9.45 million) overdue loan.

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