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Friday 19 April 2024
Taiwan companies repatriate US$46.3 billion back from China in 2023
Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) released data showing that as of December 2023, 1,209 Taiwanese companies had invested NT$2,735.6 billion (US$84.2 billion) in China,...
Tuesday 16 April 2024
Taiwan-based Global PMX joins Xiaomi's EV supply chain
Xiaomi is ramping up deliveries of its first EV, SU7, as more suppliers are revealed.
Tuesday 16 April 2024
Novatek may enter iPhone OLED DDI supply chain
South Korean media ETNews cited industry sources, reporting that Novatek Microelectronics has provided DDI samples for iPhone 16 validation this February.
Tuesday 16 April 2024
CCL makers optimistic about demand for AI applications
Copper-clad laminate (CCL) manufacturers are confident about the demand for AI applications as they actively delve into the supply chain for AI servers.
Monday 15 April 2024
Amkor, Infineon collaborate to fortify European semi supply chain
Infineon Technologies recently announced a multi-year partnership with Amkor Technology, a leading provider of semiconductor packaging and test services. Both companies have agreed...
Friday 12 April 2024
Panasonic, Indian Oil to storm Indian EV market with battery joint venture
Panasonic making inroads into the automotive battery market.
Friday 12 April 2024
Are Taiwan firms mulling headquarters overseas?
A recent article by the Financial Times (FT) reported that several prominent Taiwanese companies are considering establishing a second headquarters abroad to ensure...
Thursday 11 April 2024
Intel can expand foundry market share
Intel can increase its influence in the foundry business and challenge TSMC's dominance, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 10 April 2024
Taiwan's semiconductor supply chain weathers magnitude 7.2 quake on robust power grid resilience
Taiwan's semiconductor supply chain rapidly recovered within a remarkably short span following a magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit the eastern county of Hualien on April 3. This swift...
Tuesday 9 April 2024
Taiwan-based AI hardware suppliers ditch China for Mexico amid supply chain shifts
Amid the ongoing AI surge and supply chain's decoupling from China, Mexico has emerged as a promising alternative destination for electronic manufacturers.
Tuesday 9 April 2024
China, South Korea worry local battery makers' overseas expansion will impact global dominance
Chinese and South Korean battery manufacturers dominate LFP and ternary batteries for EVs and energy storage systems (ESS). However, as companies expand into foreign markets, the...
Monday 8 April 2024
Amid US-China spat, new opportunities for Taiwan-based battery material suppliers
Prices have dropped for nickel and lithium, key materials used in batteries for Electric Vehicles (EV), as growth in the EV market has slowed. Even as suppliers begin to reduce production,...
Monday 8 April 2024
Shinfox Energy's green energy collaborations empower Taiwanese enterprises in global supply chains
Taiwan's renewable energy sector is poised for continued growth
Saturday 6 April 2024
TSMC 2024 revenue target unchanged as chip equipment resumes operation from earthquake
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the world's leader in pure-play foundry, basically said the impact of the April 3 earthquake was minimal in a statement on the evening...
Wednesday 3 April 2024
Taiwan chip supply chain likely to resume normal operation in 1 day amid strongest earthquake in 25 years
Despite a 7.4 magnitude earthquake disrupting the semiconductor supply chains in Taiwan, no major impact is expected, and operations remained stable, according to Taiwan's Hsinchu...
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Summary of Tech Supply Chain News!
Taiwan IPC makers pushing integrated services to boost profits and to see revenues grow in 2024, says DIGITIMES Research
Global smartphone shipments hit 2023 peak in 4Q23, but decelerate in 1Q24 due to seasonality, says DIGITIMES Research
Meet the analyst: Operating system in AI era will be king, says DIGITIMES Research