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Tuesday, October 05, 2004
 Taiwan second-tier makers raise CD-R OEM prices to US$0.10
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Message Text: According to DigiTimes, some second-tier and smaller manufacturers of optical discs recently increased their OEM quotations for CD-R discs to US$0.10, up from US$0.08-0.09, on increased costs of polycarbonate (PC)...

Amid an extremely competitive market, the increased price level of PC, which has risen to more than US$3 per kilogram, has forced many small makers of CD-R discs in China to leave the market and some second-tier and smaller competitors in Taiwan to decrease production.

However, some smaller Taiwan makers have succeeded in securing higher prices for CD-R discs from their OEM customers, to reflect the increased cost.
 
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