ITEQ Reports Lower July Sales


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ITEQ Corp., a Taiwan-based manufacturer of high-performance copper clad laminate (CCL) materials used for the fabrication of printed circuit boards (PCBs), has posted sales of NT$2.2 billion ($72.35 million at $1=NT$30.45) for July, down by 13% from the previous month and by 25.4% year-on-year (YoY).

For January to July, ITEQ posted total sales of NT$18.12 billion ($595.18 million), down by 2% compared with the same period last year.

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