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2007-10-31 Ex-UMC chief cleared of illegal investment charges
Robert Tsao, former UMC chairman, has been cleared by the Hsinchu District Court of charges involving alleged illegal investments in China.
2006-11-17 Taiwan to loosen China chip investment restrictions
Taiwan is reportedly finalizing by a plan to relax restrictions on Taiwanese company investment in China, enabling firms to use 0.18?m chip manufacturing technology in China
2015-08-19 Taiwan to ease chip investment regulations in China
The Taiwan government may soon ease regulations to help local chipmakers get a bigger slice of the semiconductor business in China.
2009-10-01 What's behind Taiwan's relaxed investment rules
Share prices of TSMC and UMC shot up with reports of Taiwan's easing of investment restrictions with regard to mainland China
2012-08-15 Sharp-Foxconn deal stands in shaky ground
The agreement between the Taiwan contract manufacturer and the Japanese LCD maker has received both criticism and praise, but serious issues surround the deal.
2006-02-21 MOEAIC orders UMC to pay $145M
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs Investment Commission revealed that it will be penalizing UMC a total of $145 million for breaking local government laws on business ownership.
2015-11-04 What's stopping China from investing in MediaTek?
China's Tsinghua Unigroup has expressed interest in buying fabless semiconductor company MediaTek. However, Taiwan's laws prevent Chinese firms from investing in Taiwanese companies
2005-05-23 Business leaders lobby Taiwan to ease China rules
Company executives here are putting increasing pressure on the government to loosen the restrictions on investment and technology that govern interactions with mainland China, which continues to grow as Taiwan's technology rival
2010-03-18 AUO plans to set up G7.5 LCD fab in China
Taiwan's AU Optronics Corp. plans to establish a G7.5 TFT-LCD front-end manufacturing fab in Kunshan, Jiangsu
2008-03-11 Hynix beefs up China, Taiwan business links
South Korean memory maker Hynix Semiconductor has invested $260 million in its China memory venture and is in talks to expand its DRAM ties with Taiwan's ProMOS Technologies
2015-12-09 TSMC plans to set-up its first 12in wafer fab in China
TSMC will join a growing list of chipmakers that have rolled out 12in fab projects in China, which, according to SEMI, has one of the world's largest semiconductor markets.
2015-12-10 UMC to begin 12in fab in China two months ahead of time
According to company spokesman, production will start around the end of 3Q16, a month or two earlier than UMC's original expectation for 4Q16.
2006-11-15 TPO to allocate $40M for Nanjing facility
TPO Displays Corp. will invest $40 million in its Nanjing subsidiary in mainland China, which manufactures TFT LCD and TN/STN LCD modules.
2006-03-31 Taiwan plans extra scrutiny on China investments
Taiwan plans to require additional scrutiny of local companies' investments in mainland China where they are valued at more than $100 million or considered sensitive to the island's interests.
2010-12-21 Taiwan greenlights AUO's gen 7.5 TFT-LCD fab on mainland
Government regulators relented thus AU Optronics' planned new facility in China—a generation 7.5 TFT-LCD fab—is set to rise. The company already has eight LCD fabs in Taiwan, including a gen 8.5 set to mass produce in 2011.
2007-01-01 Taiwan eyes better displays, comms
Last year, the trend in the electronic industry was integration. This year, Taiwan focuses on communication and consumer electronics.
2010-01-06 Fearless IC forecasts for 2010
2010 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already uncertainty in the air. EE Times' Mark LaPedus offers his chip forecasts and other prediction for 2010.
2014-10-02 64bit octa-core SoC poses to lead China's 4G market
The first LTE octa-core processor is designed to propel device makers into the Android 64bit era. With the release of this SoC early next year, Taiwan-based MediaTek is posed to narrow the lead of other players in China's smartphone market.
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