Tuesday 27 February 2018
Taiwan handsets – 4Q 2017


Wednesday 21 February 2018
Taiwan LCD TVs – 4Q 2017
Asia overtook North America to become Taiwan LCD TV suppliers' largest market in the fourth quarter of 2017, as a result of dramatic increases in shipments to China of Foxconn-made...
Friday 11 August 2017
Compal recognizes losses of NT$2.9 billion from LeEco in 2Q17 financial report
Compal Electronics has recognized losses of NT$2.9 billion (US$97.44 million) in its second-quarter financial results from bad debts from LeEco. Compal so far has lost NT$4.28 billion...
Tuesday 18 July 2017
China market: Smartphone brands show polarized sales performances
China and Taiwan smartphone vendors are showing polarized sales performances in China market, with smaller vendors such as LeEco and Asustek Computer gradually losing ground and leading...
Tuesday 18 July 2017
Taiwan component suppliers may suffer further impact from LeEco inventory problems, says paper
With LeEco having recently stopped selling some of its smartphones on its online shopping website, several market watchers expect the company's upstream component suppliers to be...
Wednesday 5 July 2017
Compal may need to declare NT$700 million loss in 2Q17 and 3Q17 due to LeEco debt, says paper
With China having recently frozen assets of China-based LeEco and its founder worth of CNY1.2 billion (US$179.88 million), Compal Electronics, a major upstream partner of LeEco, may...
Wednesday 5 July 2017
Taiwan ODMs consider suspending ties with LeEco
Taiwan-based Compal Electronics is evaluating all possible situations in order to decide whether it will continue to cooperate with China-based LeEco amid the deterioration of its...
Tuesday 4 July 2017
China market: LeEco assets frozen due to overdue loan payments
A Shanghai court has frozen assets worth CNY1.237 billion (US$181.95 million) owned by Jia Yueting, chairman of cash-strapped TV vendor LeEco, his wife and three of its subsidiaries,...
Thursday 22 June 2017
Compal evaluating partnership with LeEco
Commenting on its relationship with China-based LeEco, Compal Electronics president Ray Chen has said the company will complete an evaluation of LeEco at the end of June and will...
Monday 22 May 2017
China market: LeEco CEO steps down
Jia Yueting, chairman and CEO of China-based LeEco, has stepped down as CEO of the company but will retain his position as chairman, according to a recent stock exchange filing.
Tuesday 25 April 2017
Commentary: Will Terry Gou consider acquiring Vizio?
China-based LeEco claims it has been forced to abandon its planned US$2 billion acquisition of Vizio, the second largest US-based TV vendor, because of regulatory issues. Vizion will...
Wednesday 29 March 2017
Compal becomes a strategic partner of LeEco
In a move to protect the interests of its shareholders, Compal Electronics has announced a plan to invest CNY700 million (US$101.65 million) to take a 2.15% stake in Leshi Zhixin...
Friday 10 March 2017
China smartphone vendors conservative about placing component orders
Competition in China's smartphone market is getting keener, forcing some players including Huawei, Xiaomi, Vivo and LeEco to turn more conservative about placing orders with upstream...
Monday 6 March 2017
China market: Xiaomi, LeEco smartphone sales declining after price hikes
China-based smartphone vendors Xiaomi Technology and LeEco reportedly have reduced their orders for parts and components recently as their smartphone sales have been affected by recent...
Friday 17 February 2017
MediaTek to lag in 10nm-chip race, says paper
MediaTek may suffer a setback in the ongoing 10nm mobile chip race as the Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) has reported that Xiaomi Technology has decided...
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