ODM Firm Pegatron Posts 7% YoY Growth in May Revenues


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Taiwanese ODM firm Pegatron Corp. has reported unaudited consolidated revenues of NT$70.57 billion ($2.28 billion at $1:NT$30.90) in May, down by 9.62% from last month, but up by 7.11% year-on-year. The company manufactures motherboards, desktop and notebook PCs, game consoles, networking equipment, set-top boxes (STBs), and LCD TVs.

Total sales for the first five months of the year reached NT$422.6 billion ($13.675 billion), up by 18.62%

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