TSMC expects Q1 revenue to dip from previous quarter
TAIPEI Jan 17 (Reuters) - TSMC, the world's No.1 contract chip maker, said on Thursday that it expects first-quarter revenue to inch down to between T$127 billion and T$129 billion ($4.4-$4.5 billion) from T$131.31 billion a quarter earlier.
Company Chairman Morris Chang said last month that he expects 2013 revenue growth of 15-20 percent.
(Reporting by Clare Jim; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)
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