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Friday, July 30, 2004
Optodisc enters Taiwan Stock Exchange, while July revenues comes from Japan


According to DigiTimes, Optodisc Technology, a manufacturer of DVD discs, on July 30 debuted on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) at NT$55 cum dividend per share. The company was previously traded on Taiwan's Emerging Stock Board (ESB).

July shipments to Japan account for 50% of its July revenues, up from 35% in June, according to the company. DVD-R discs account for 70% of the company?s revenues, while DVD-RW/+RW discs account for the rest.

Optodisc is aiming to capture a 12% share of the global market share for DVD-R discs and 25% of the DVD-RW/+RW disc market, with revenues split evenly between the two.


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