• Kyodo News


Elpida Memory Inc. said Wednesday it is in talks with three Taiwanese semiconductor makers, including Promos Technologies Inc., with an eye to management integration and other options to strengthen their financial standing as the industry combats plummeting prices of memory chips.

Elpida, the world’s third-largest maker of dynamic random-access memory chips for personal computers, and the Taiwanese companies hope to reinforce their weak financial bases by seeking public funds from the Taiwanese government.

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