Unitech Printed Circuit Board Inks NT$4.5B Loans


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Unitech Printed Circuit Board has signed a NT$4.5 billion ($148.47 million) syndicated loan agreement with a banking consortium for capacity expansion and strengthening its financial structure, according to Digitimes.
 
The company has also set a capex budget of NT$2.5 billion for 2017, mainly to ramp capacity to meet increasing demand from clients. Part of the new production lines will come online at the end of the second quarter of 2017, according to the company.

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