About Tsinghua Unigroup
Tsinghua Unigroup is a tech company that specializes in integrated circuits and provides mobile phone chips. Tsinghua Unigroup is an operating subsidiary of Tsinghua Holdings Co., a solely state-owned limited liability corporation funded by Tsinghua University in China. The company was founded in 1988 and is based in Beijing, Beijing.
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Semiconductors, Chips, and Advanced Electronics
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Latest Tsinghua Unigroup News
Jan 21, 2023
Hon Hai fined NT$10 million for China investment MINISTRY CENSURE: The fine was reduced from up to NT$25 million because Hon Hai has invested billions in Taiwan over the past three years and created 7,943 jobs Staff writer, with CNA Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密) has been fined NT$10 million (US$329,294) by the Ministry of Economic Affairs for not getting regulatory approval for its investment in a Chinese semiconductor company. Hon Hai’s Shanghai-listed communication network equipment subsidiary Foxconn Industrial Internet Co (FII, 富士康工業互聯網) acquired a stake in Tsinghua Unigroup Co (清華紫光) in July last year without getting the green light from the Investment Commission. FII disposed of the stake last month, but Hon Hai was still fined by the ministry, the company said in a filing on Thursday with the Taiwan Stock Exchange. The Foxconn logo is displayed on the side of a building in Taipei on Nov. 10, 2022. Photo: Reuters/Ann Wang Hon Hai, known as Foxconn Technology Group (富士康科技集團) internationally, said it did not seek approval from the commission before the investment was made because the deal was completed through a complicated multi-layer structure that made it hard to control how the deal proceeded. However, the commission said on Thursday that Hon Hai was fined because its indirect acquisition of an 8.23 percent stake in Tsinghua Unigroup without advance approval contravened the Act Governing Relations Between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area (台灣地區與大陸地區人民關係條例). The commission said that because Hon Hai disposed of the Tsinghua Unigroup stake it previously held, there was no concern over a possible technology leak to China that might affect Taiwan’s industrial development. It also said the fine was reduced to NT$10 million from the up to NT$25 million stipulated by law because Hon Hai has invested about NT$20.4 billion in Taiwan over the past three years and created 7,943 jobs. Hon Hai disclosed in July that FII’s Xingwei (Guangzhou) Industrial Investment Partnership Ltd (興微廣州產業投資) had bought a stake in Tsinghua Unigroup for 5.38 billion yuan. Following the deal, Xingwei controlled a 48.91 percent stake in another Chinese company that held a 20 percent stake in Beijing Zhiguangxin Holding Co (北京智廣芯控股), which owned a 100 percent stake in debt-ridden Tsinghua Unigroup after a business restructuring. Despite its complex structure, the deal raised concerns that it would help strengthen China’s chipmaking capability and compromise Taiwan’s national security, at a time when Taipei was forging closer ties with Washington amid escalating threats from Beijing. Under pressure, Xingwei, which is 99.99 percent owned by FII, later reached an agreement to dispose of its stake in the company to Yantai Haixiu IC Investment Center (煙臺海秀積體電路產業投資中心) for no less than 5.38 billion yuan (US$793 million), Hon Hai said last month. In its statement on Thursday, Hon Hai said the NT$10 million fine accounted for only 0.00015 percent of the company’s total sales last year and was unlikely to have any adverse impact on shareholders’ rights and its share price. According to the commission, Hon Hai has promised to continue to invest in Taiwan over the next couple of years, and it will demand that Hon Hai honor its investment commitment. Comments will be moderated. Keep comments relevant to the article. Remarks containing abusive and obscene language, personal attacks of any kind or promotion will be removed and the user banned. Final decision will be at the discretion of the Taipei Times.
Tsinghua Unigroup Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Tsinghua Unigroup founded?
Tsinghua Unigroup was founded in 1988.
Where is Tsinghua Unigroup's headquarters?
Tsinghua Unigroup's headquarters is located at Block B, Zhizhen Building, Beijing.
What is Tsinghua Unigroup's latest funding round?
Tsinghua Unigroup's latest funding round is Shareholder Liquidity.
How much did Tsinghua Unigroup raise?
Tsinghua Unigroup raised a total of $31.502B.
Who are the investors of Tsinghua Unigroup?
Investors of Tsinghua Unigroup include Foxconn, Yantai Haixiu, JAC Capital, Wise Road Capital, China Construction Bank and 6 more.
Who are Tsinghua Unigroup's competitors?
Competitors of Tsinghua Unigroup include HiSilicon.
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