Win Semiconductors chairman and president Dennis Chin-Tsai Chen (pictured), discusses his business philosophy with Jack Huang, founder and chairman, Taiwan Renaissance Platform
Once facing bankruptcy, Taiwan-based wafer contract manufacturer Win Semiconductors is now the world’s largest gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry semiconductor company with a market capitalisation growth of 640% in eight years. Having partnered global first-tier manufacturers and mastered the technical blueprint for the next decade, how is Win planning to take it to the next level…
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