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TSMC board approves US$1.65 billion for capacity expansion

May 12, 11:47

The board of directors of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has approved plans to allocate US$1.65 billion, including US$210 million for construction of a new chip...

CTSP project coming under fire from environmentalists

Mar 12, 16:44

While the development of the phase-three site of the government-run Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) is under way, environmental activists are demanding the Cabinet's National Science...

Southern Taiwan Science Park revenues to reach NT$600 billion in 2010

Mar 1, 09:54

Revenues of the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) are expected to reach NT$550-600 billion (US$17.13-18.69 billion) in 2010 amid Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC),...

Daxin aims at 50% revenue growth for 2010

Jan 22, 12:26

LCD component supplier Daxin Materials, an affiliate of AU Optronics (AUO), saw its 2009 revenues increase over 50% to around NT$2 billion (US$62.57 million), and is aiming for another...

Cando to set up touch panel plant in CTSP

Dec 1, 16:02

Taiwan-based color filter (CF) maker Cando, a subsidiary of LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO), will invest as much as NT$24 billion (US$745.1 million) to set up a touch panel production...

Foxlink to set up R&D center in Dongguan Songshan Lake Science Park, says paper

Newswatch - Nov 27, 16:42

Taiwan-based connector and handset maker Foxlink will invest NT$9.4 billion (US$291 million) to set up a R&D center at the Dongguan Songshan Lake Science and Technology Industry...

Camera module maker AOET ready for LED chip production

Oct 27, 14:11

Camera lens and module maker Ability Opto-Electronics Technology (AOET), a subsidiary of Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry), has reportedly entered the production of...

TSMC may set up thin-film PV plant at CTSP

Oct 13, 10:32

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) may establish a photovoltaic (PV) production base on an 18-hectare site in the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) to produce thin-film...

AUO subsidiary Lextar to invest NT$30 billion for LED plants at CTSP

Aug 25, 12:24

Lextar Electronics, a LED subsidiary of AU Optronics (AUO) plans to invest NT$30 billion (US$912.27 million) to build a total of five LED plants in the Central Taiwan Science Park...

STMicro, TDK sign MOU with Taiwan government, reports paper

Newswatch - Jul 24, 16:54

The Taiwan government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with STMicroelectronics and TDK for cooperation on developing Taiwan's semiconductor industry, according to a...

SemiLEDs to expand high-power LED capacity in Taiwan

Jul 14, 15:45

US-based SemiLEDs will begin to set up a third production line at Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), Taiwan for high-power LED chips in the next one or two months in order to meet fast growing...

Global Mobile sets up WiMAX IOT network in cooperation with Clearwire

Jun 17, 16:33

Taiwan-based WiMAX licensee Global Mobile on June 16 signed with Clearwire for cooperation to set up an IOT (interoperability testing) network at the Hsinchu Science Park in northern...

Global Mobile chairperson Rosemary Ho

ProMOS seeking partnerships for restructuring

Jun 17, 15:15

ProMOS Technologies has drafted a restructuring plan to strengthen its operations, according to industry sources. The DRAM chipmaker plans to divide its facilities at the Central...

Fewer employees on unpaid leave at Taiwan science parks

Newswatch - Apr 15, 11:22

The number of salaried employees on unpaid leave has halved at the three government-developed science parks in Taiwan, Hsinchu Science Park (HSP) in northern Taiwan, Central Taiwan...

TSMC speeds up 12-inch fab expansion

Apr 13, 14:51

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has completed fourth-phase expansion to its 12-inch facility, Fab 12, at the Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), where production at the...


Taiwan science parks see total revenues down in 2008

Feb 12, 14:11

The three government-developed science parks in Taiwan generated total revenues of NT$1.8417 trillion (US$54.1 billion) in 2008, slipping by 6.55% from 2007, according to statistics...

Taiwan government to reduce science park management fees by up to 50%

Jan 6, 01:05

In order to help the local high-tech sector deal with an ongoing economic crisis, the Taiwan government has decided to lower management fees at the three science parks by up to 50%,...

Chi Mei-managed LCD TV zone opens service center

Sep 22, 10:46

Tree Valley Park, a Chi Mei Group-managed industrial zone devoted to LCD TVs in southern Taiwan, has opened its service center, with the entire project scheduled for completion in...

Tree Valley Park service center

Taiwan's three science parks turned out total revenues of over NT$1 trillion in 1H08

Aug 18, 14:13

The three science parks in Taiwan, Hsinchu (HSP), Southern (STSP) and Central (CTSP), generated total revenues of NT$1.022 trillion (US$32.57 billion) during the first half of 2008,...

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