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Taiwanese IC Packaging and Testing Industry to Continue Its Growth in 4Q13

Published: Nov 13,2013

According to MIC (Market Intelligence and Consulting Institute), an ICT industry research institute based in Taipei, Taiwanese IC packaging and testing industry`s third-quarter shipment value reached around US$3.29 billion, up 5.7% sequentially and 8.1% year on year. In the fourth quarter, the industry`s shipment value is expected to reach around US$3.32 billion, up 1.1% sequentially and 8.1% year on year.

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For the Taiwanese IC packaging industry alone, shipment value reached around US$2.33 billion in the third quarter, up 5.9% sequentially and 8.5% year on year. In the fourth quarter, the industry`s shipment value will arrive at around US$2.36 billion, up 1.2% sequentially and 8.8% year on year.

For the Taiwanese IC testing industry, shipment value reached around US$953.5 million in the third quarter, up 5.1% sequentially and 6.9% year on year. It is expected that the industry`s shipment value in the fourth quarter will climb to US$960.3 million, up 0.7% sequentially and 6.3% year on year.

Overall, shipment value of the Taiwanese IC packaging and testing industry in the second half of 2013 will slightly outperform that in the first half, reaching around US$6.61 billion, up 8.1% year on year.

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