TAIWAN: Lealea Records 19 Per Cent Drop In January Revenues
Taiwanese polyester textured yarn manufacturer Lealea Enterprise Co has recorded a 19 per cent drop in revenues for January 2001 compared to the same period last year. The company recorded revenues of just NT$401.5m ($12.4m), which the company says were low due to the Chinese Lunar Year and the subsequent loss of working days during the month.The eight day holiday during the New Year celebrations meant that the company missed out on sales worth up to NT$47m ($1.5m) to the foreign markets.
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