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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (2330.TW)

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BRIEF-Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing to buy machinery equipment at T$8.21 mln

* Says it will buy a batch of machinery equipment at T$8.21 million in total

BRIEF-TSMC orders equipment from Lam Research, Hitachi High-Technologies, ASM Japan

* Says it orders equipment for T$8.2 billion ($259.12 million)

BRIEF-TSMC orders machinery equipment worth T$818 million

* Says it orders machinery equipment worth T$818 million ($25.82 million)

BRIEF-Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing to buy machinery equipment at T$6.88 bln

* Says it will buy a batch of machinery equipment at T$6.88 billion in total

BRIEF-TSMC orders machinery equipment from four suppliers

* Says orders machinery equipment worth T$6.9 billion ($217.02 million)

BRIEF-Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing to buy machinery equipment at T$7.69 bln

* Says it will buy a batch of machinery equipment at T$7.69 billion in total from six companies

BRIEF-TSMC orders machinery equipment worth T$7.7 bln

* Says orders machinery equipment worth T$7.7 billion ($242.72 million) from Ja Mitsui Leasing Ltd Taipei Branch (Japan), SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co Ltd, Hitachi High-Technologies Corp, Applied Materials South East Asia Pte Ltd, Tokyo Electron Ltd, Lam Research International Sarl

BRIEF-TSMC orders machinery equipment from Tokyo Electron

* Says orders machinery equipment worth T$558.8 million ($17.67 million)

BRIEF-Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing to buy machinery equipment at T$2.1 bln

* Says it will buy a batch of machinery equipment at T$2.1 billion in total from Shibaura Mechatronics Corp., Lam Research International Sarl and Tokyo Electron Ltd.

BRIEF-TSMC orders machinery equipment for T$2.06 bln

* Says orders equipment from Shibaura Mechatronics Corp , Lam Research International Sarl, and Tokyo Electron Ltd for a combined T$2.06 billion ($65.55 million)

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