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Taiwan IC Revenue Totaled US$18.9B in Q2, Up 0.2% QoQ and 4.8% Decrease YoY

Published: Aug 09,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan - The TSIA survey showed that Q2 2017 Taiwan IC revenue as a whole (including design, manufacturing, packaging and testing) totaled NT$572.6 billion(US$18.9B), up 0.2% on-quarter and 4.8% decrease on-year.

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In design, was NT$150.6B, 7.7% increase on-quarter and down 11.3% on-year, NT$306.0B in manufacturing(US$10.1B) (4.6% decrease on-quarter and down 3.7% on-year) (Foundry NT$267.8B (US$8.8B), 6.0% decline on-quarter and down 2.1% on-year.

Memory and other manufacturing products NT$38.2B (US$1.3B), 6.4% increase on-quarter and down 13.4% on-year), NT$82.5B in packaging (US$2.7B) (7.1% growth on-quarter and up 3.1% on-year), and NT$33.5B in testing(US$1.1B) (0.9% decrease on-quarter and down 1.5% on-year). Exchange rate NT$/US$ is 30.3.

Taiwan IC revenue in 2017 is expected to reach NT$2,456.4B (US$80.3B) (0.3% growth from 2016), with NT$618.4B in design (US$20.2B) (5.3% decrease), NT$1,363.4B in manufacturing (US$44.6B) (5.1% growth, Foundry NT$1,207.6B (US$39.5B), up 5.1%.

Memory and other manufacturing products NT$155.8B (US$5.1B), down 15.2%), NT$331.5B in packaging (US$10.8B) (2.4% increase), and NT$143.1B in testing (USD$4.7B) (up 2.2%). Exchange rate NT$/US$ is 30.6.

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