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Revolutionizing dialysis: Qidni Labs founder & CEO Morteza Ahmadi's quest to improve patient's quality of life
Nanya sees revenue hit 14-month high
Dec 6, 21:32
Haesung DS reportedly expanding automotive leadframe biz
Dec 6, 20:40
Chinese lithium carbonate prices fall below CNY150,000 per ton
Dec 6, 20:33
NEWS TAGGED EUROPE MARKET
Tuesday 11 December 2012
Global solar trade war to give Taiwan firms breathing room, says TSEC chairman
The US International Trade Commission (ITC) announced the result of the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation against China-based solar firms on November 7, 2012. China-made...
Tuesday 4 December 2012
Crystalline silicon solar module pricing declines again as European demand falls, says IHS
Average pricing in October for crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar modules declined in nearly all worldwide regions because of weak demand in Germany, according to IHS.
Thursday 29 November 2012
Commentary: Emerging solar market begins trade war
A global solar trade war continues to loom as India joins the group of countries that have been conducting anti-dumping probes against firms in China. India, however, also aims to...
Thursday 22 November 2012
LED lighting ex-factory prices may fall to US$0.70/W in 2013
LED lighting ex-factory pricing has been falling to US$1/W in 2012. LED makers believe the ex-factory price of LED lighting will fall to US$0.70/W in 2013.
Friday 16 November 2012
Canadian Solar reports 3Q12 revenues down 6.4% on-quarter
China-based solar firm, Canadian Solar, has announced its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2012.
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Digitimes Research: More offshore wind power systems in non-EU countries
In the past, Europe has been the main market for offshore wind-generated electricity and about more than 50% of the systems are located in the UK. Over the past two years, a surge...
Tuesday 6 November 2012
Commentary: Taiwan solar supply chain faces marginalization threat
Taiwan-based makers in the solar PV industry may not have merger plans currently, but they all agree that consolidation will be an inevitable step. According to sources from Taiwan's...
Thursday 1 November 2012
China adds Europe-based polysilicon firms to anti-dumping investigation
China's Ministry of Commerce announced on November 1 that the government received requests to conduct anti-dumping investigations on Europe-based polysilicon imports in September...
Wednesday 31 October 2012
Solar module prices continue to slide, but signs of recovery appear on the horizon, says IHS
Overcapacity, a decline in pricing as well as slowing growth in key worldwide markets will serve to keep the global market for solar modules depressed for the rest of the year, with...
Wednesday 17 October 2012
Acer planning AcerCloud 2.0 service
Acer is looking to launch AcerCloud 2.0, expanding its existing Android service platform to also support both Microsoft Windows and Apple iOS, while the new service will also be expanded...
Monday 15 October 2012
Commentary: Non-FIT business model to pave way for grid parity
The continuous feed-in-tariff (FIT) cuts by Europe's governments and increasing trade barriers have been pushing the solar market into suffocation. The price fall seems never ending...
Friday 28 September 2012
Taiwan government to extend subsidies for procuring LED light bulbs
The Taiwan government plans to increase 2012 energy-saving subsidies from the original NT$700 million (US$23 million) to NT$1.4 billion, according to Yen-Shiang Shih, Minister of...
Thursday 20 September 2012
EU member countries to vote on solar anti-dumping results
The anti-dumping investigation in the EU has been on-going and the final results will be voted on by member countries. If the result of the vote is to levy punitive duties on China-made...
Wednesday 19 September 2012
Almost all China-based integrated solar makers facing financial pressure, says LDK Solar president
China-based LDK Solar recently announced a huge net loss for the second quarter. On September 18, 2012, the firm held a product launch for its M3 high-efficiency solar wafers in Taipei...
Friday 14 September 2012
Digitimes Research: June solar installations surge to 1.69GW in Germany
Solar installations usually increase significantly before the effective date of solar incentive cuts. New solar installations in Germany reached 4.37GW (total installations in Germany...
Dec 6, 11:34
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Tuesday 5 December 2023
PowerArena uncovers human factors causing production line bottlenecks, boosting productivity and quality
Monday 4 December 2023
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Friday 1 December 2023
BIWIN packaging and testing center achieves IATF 16949 recognition
TSMC likely to win it all, with Samsung's 3nm reportedly losing several significant orders
Global semiconductor market to rebound with 13% growth in 2024, says WSTS
Samsung expands into automotive chip market with an aim to surpass Micron by 2025
Chinese-built Loongson 3A6000 CPU gains support from Asustek
Huawei's 5nm chip in L540 NB could be inventory made by TSMC before US ban
Huawei's NearLink wireless technology signals a decoupled connected world
Intel cuts off manufacturing in IDM2.0, TSMC is expected to benefit
Tesla's humanoid robot 'Optimus' debuts in Taiwan, showcasing AI advancements
ASML reportedly sees first big EUV equipment order cut from TSMC
US, Japanese, and Dutch semiconductor equipment export values to China dropped; more substantial strategies demanded by expert
Global top-5 notebook brands experience over 20% on-month shipment drop in October, says DIGITIMES Research
Global notebook shipments rise in 3Q23 but to slip in 4Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Research Insight: order backlog, China demand to drive Infineon automotive segment in FY24
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