Flexium November Revenue Surges 22%


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Taiwan-based flexible printed circuit (FPC) manufacturer Flexium Interconnect Inc. has posted sales of NT$4.276 billion ($153.5 million at $1:NT$27.85) in November, a 15.57% jump from last year and a 22% surge from the previous month.

For January to November, Flexium achieved cumulative sales of NT$31 billion ($1.1 billion), up by 18.4% compared with the same period last year.

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