UMC faces NT$100 million fine in espionage case against Micron
Taipei, June 13 (CNA) United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC), Taiwan's second largest pure wafer foundry operator, has been ordered to pay a fine of NT$100 million (US$3.36 million) by a district court in Taichung City which found the company and three of its employees guilty in a trade secrete theft case brought by U.S.-based memory chipmaker Micron Technology Inc.
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