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The Company generated net revenue of NT$ 10.28 billion in 2016, a growth of 0.16% compared to the NT$ 10.27 billion in 2015. Net income attributable to shareholders of the parent amounted to NT$ 580 million, a decrease of 21% year-over-year. Earnings per share was NT$ 2.81. The decrease in profit was primarily caused by the significant and continued depreciation of RMB against US and New Taiwan dollars, which led to a larger foreign exchange loss and impacted adversely on operating profit. In addition, market growth was slowing comparing to previous years, resulting in increasingly fierce competitions. It affects not only the returns of the whole industry and supply chain, but also their margins.

The business unit of electronics materials generated net revenue of NT$ 6.46 billion in 2016, an increase of 15.2% comparing to 2015. The enormous growth was contributed by a) improvement in technical capabilities broadened the range of product applications and b) the massive growth of Chinese mobile phone makers, such as Huawei, OPPO and VIVO, drove up the FPC demand in China which in turn spurred demand for FPC materials. As the major FPC material supplier in the Greater China Region, we have comprehensive distribution channels and can thus benefit from this upsurge of growth.

The business unit of energy materials generated revenue of NT$ 3.66 billion in 2016, a year-over-year decrease of 17.4%. The downturn was mostly due to China slashed its electricity subsidies after June 30. Magnitude of the cut varied by regions with a maximum of 11%. Consequently, the solar demand in China plunged in the second half of 2016 and the supply chain as a whole faced the challenges of diminishing demand and lowering prices. Nevertheless, after a few months of adjustments, the market had gradually returned to normal.

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