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Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment's 6-Month Net Profit Up 233.2% Y/Y
Four Investment JVs Cut Stake In Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment To Below 5%
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment's Shareholders To Unload A Combined 4% Stake
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. China is a China-based company principally engaged in the research and development, production and sales of high-end semiconductor equipment. The Company's main products are capacitive plasma etching equipment, inductive plasma etching equipment, deep silicon etching equipment and metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) equipment. The Company's products are mainly used in the manufacture of semiconductor products such as integrated circuits, micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) and light-emitting diode (LED) chip manufacturing. The Company mainly conducts its business in mainland China and Taiwan.
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188 Taihua Road
JinQiao Export Processing Zone
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China's major indexes eked out gains on Monday, helped by robust strength in Shanghai's tech-focused STAR Board companies, as Beijing pledged continued policy support for its tech sector.
Global index publisher FTSE Russell will drop Xiaomi and another high-tech firm from global and Chinese indexes, it said on Friday, and scrap inclusion of a semiconductor firm, in line with a U.S. executive order by former President Donald Trump.
Global index publisher FTSE Russell said on Friday it will delete Luokung Technology Corp's N shares from its global indexes, in line with a U.S. executive order from former president Donald Trump.
Index provider FTSE Russell will add 11 stocks from China's STAR Market to its global benchmarks, according to a post on its website from Friday.
The Trump administration took another swipe at China and its biggest firms on Thursday, imposing sanctions on officials and companies for alleged misdeeds in the South China Sea and imposing an investment ban on nine more firms.
Proposed U.S. export curbs on SMIC threaten to derail China's nascent but growing domestic semiconductor supply chain, and also hit American and Japanese companies who count the Chinese chipmaker as an important customer.
China's STAR Market, a year-old tech-focused board for start-ups that Beijing hopes will fund a technological edge over Washington, launched its index on Thursday and showed it has made double the gains of its U.S. counterpart Nasdaq this year.
* Forecasts improving demand for 5G phone chips, game consoles
The latest U.S. government action against China's Huawei takes direct aim at the company's HiSilicon chip division -- a business that in a few short years has become central to China's ambitions in semiconductor technology but will now lose access to tools that are central...
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