Elpida to buy back outstanding Taiwan TDRs
Taipei, May 16 (CNA) Bankrupt Japanese memory chip maker Elpida Memory Inc. has agreed to buy back its outstanding Taiwan depositary receipts (TDRs) at a price of NT$6.95 (US$0.23) per unit, Taiwan's Securities and Futures Investors Protection Center Chairman Chiu Chin-ting announced Wednesday.
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