• Kyodo News


Struggling chip maker Elpida Memory Inc. secured government approval Tuesday to tap ¥30 billion in emergency investment under a new financial aid program.

Elpida, the world’s third-largest maker of dynamic random access memory chips, will also get bank loans and additional investment, including from its Taiwanese partner. In total, the company is expected to receive ¥160 billion in fresh funds.

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