Q2 Taiwanese Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry Report


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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Taiwanese Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry, 2Q 2015" report to their offering.

This research report presents shipment value forecast and recent quarter review of the Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturing industry. Companies surveyed in this research are those owning facilities to make MOS (Metal Oxide Semiconductor) wafers in Taiwan, including IC foundries, DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) vendors, and IDM (Integrated Device Manufacture) companies. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews, and publicly available information such as corporate financial statements.

The report finds that shipment value of the Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturing industry reached around US$10.5 billion in the first quarter of 2015, falling 4.2% sequentially. It is expected that the industry's shipment value will have arrived at US$9.6 billion in the second quarter of 2015, plummeting 8.2% sequentially. Looking forward to the third quarter of 2015, the industry's shipment value is projected to rebound to around US$10.1 billion, up 4.4% sequentially.

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