PCB Maker Unimicron Reports Modest Growth in May Sales


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Taiwan printed circuit board (PCB) and IC substrate manufacturer Unimicron Technology Corp. has reported consolidated revenues of NT$5.48 billion ($178.6 million at $1=NT$30.70), up by 12.5% from the previous month, and an increase of 5.64% from last year.

Total sales for the January to May 2015 period rose to NT$23.78 billion ($774.58 million), reflecting a slight growth of 0.56% from the same period last year.

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