Taiwan chipmaker UMC May sales fall 2 pct on year
TAIPEI, June 8
TAIPEI, June 8 (Reuters) - Taiwan's UMC, the world's No.2 contract chipmaker, said on Friday its May sales fell 2 percent from a year earlier.
United Microelectronics Corp (UMC) had sales of T$9.21 billion ($308.10 million) last month, compared with T$9.4 billion in May last year and T$9.12 billion in the previous month, the company said on its website.
UMC did not give further details.
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