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  • Powerchip seeks loan extension

    Monday 29 November 2010
    Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Powerchip Technology is seeking a fresh extension on the repayment of loans totaling about NT$40 billion (US$1.31 billion) it currently holds, according...
  • Notebook maker Inventec reportedly plans to sign a five-year US$400 million syndicated loan agreement with a banking consortium, according to sources from Taiwan's financial industry...
  • China-based BOE has received a bank loan totaling 7.5 billion yuan (US$1.11 billion) for its 6G TFT-LCD panel plant project in Hefei, eastern China, according to a Chinese-language...
  • ProMOS Technologies has received approval from an eight-member banking consortium to extend repayments on its NT$2.98 billion (US$93 million) syndicated loan by another year, according...
  • HannStar Board and Global Brands Manufacture (GBM) have received NT$4.8 billion (US$149.09 million) and NT$2.4 billion, respectively, in loans from banks. Both PCB makers said the...
  • Walton Advanced Electronics will take on a loan of NT$6 billion (US$186 million) to be paid back over a period of five years to enhance its business operation, according to the DRAM...
  • Winbond Electronics on May 31 announced the signing of a five-year, NT$7 billion (US$218 million) syndicated loan contract with a banking consortium. The loan will be used for technology...
  • DRAM module maker A-Data Technology has signed a three-year syndicated loan for NT$3.6 billion (US$112 million) from a banking consortium. The new funds will be used to secure more...
  • Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) will hold a shareholders meeting on May 20 and is expected to discuss and seek approval of eight projects including capital reduction and fundraising.
  • Taiwan-based TFT-LCD panel maker Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) on May 10 signed with 20 banks in Taiwan for a 5-year syndicated loan of NT$22.8 billion (US$719 million), according...
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    Inotera Memories, a DRAM-manufacturing venture between Micron Technology and Nanya Technology, will manage another fund raising plan for a syndicated loan of NT$25 billion (US$780.15...
  • Chip testing firm King Yuan Electronics (KYEC), which had originally looked for a five-year syndicated loan of NT$13 billion (US$408.8 million), has managed to secure a total of NT$19.6...
  • Taiwan-based ProMOS Technologies has received approval from creditor banks to extend the maturity for all its term loans for one year, effective January 1, according to the company...
  • Nanya Technology on November 9 signed on for a syndicated loan of NT$18 billion (US$554 million), with the fund earmarked for its process advancement, according to the company. The...
  • 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...
  • CMO secures NT$40 billion syndicated loan

    Thursday 10 September 2009
    LCD panel maker Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) has announced that it has secured a five-year syndicated bank loan of NT$40 billion (US$1.22 billion) to boost its working capital for...
  • Winbond Electronics, a Taiwan-based memory chipmaker, on July 15 announced that it has signed a NT$ 3.7 billion (US$112.2 million) three-year syndicated loan agreement with nine banks...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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)...
  • ProMOS Technologies has announced that a syndicate of banks has finalized an NT$3 billion (US$89 million) loan, which will enable it to buy back its convertible bonds.
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