Hi-P Hooray

Tam, Jessica
September 2009
Forbes Asia;9/21/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p66
The article presents information on contract manufacturer Hi-P International Ltd., which makes components for smart phones, razors, toothbrushes and other products. Revenues and net earnings of the company fell 37% and 41%, respectively in the second quarter which ended in June 2009. Hi-P's fate is often tied to that of its customers and the economy and so its chairman Yao Hsiao Tung is calm and confident regarding the future prospects of the company.


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