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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan smartphone maker HTC Corp said on Tuesday consolidated sales for May reached T$40.62 billion ($1.42 billion), more than double the same month a year earlier.
The monthly sales compared with T$18.82 billion a year ago and T$38.73 billion in the previous month.
The company did not elaborate in a statement to the Taiwan stock exchange.
($1 = 28.635 Taiwan Dollars)
(Reporting by Clare Jim; Editing by Jonathan Standing)
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