Unimicron September Sales Jump 43% YoY


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Taiwan-based printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer Unimicron Technology Corp. has posted September sales of NT$13.5 billion ($422.4 million at $1:NT$32.06), up by 10.4% from the previous month and by 43% year-on-year (YoY). 

For January to September, total sales reached NT$103.8 billion ($3.2 billion), up by 40% compared with the same period last year. Third quarter sales totaled NT$37.45 billion ($1.17 billion), up by 33% (YoY).

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