E Ink Holdings has come out with its earnings report for the month of November though the picture that has come out points towards mixed success. Like for the year to year comparison, the present earnings of NT$3.57 billion or US$118.11 million is up by 9 percent though the earnings had been 33 percent higher for same month last year. Revenue figures projected in the report for the first 11 months of this year has been BT$36.84 billion. This marks an increase by 71 percent from that compared to last year.
Company chairman Scott Liu though attributed the decline in revenue for the month of November to shipments that it had made in advance in October itself. Liu further confirmed total shipments for the year 2011 would be as per projected plans. Liu estimated a total of US$9.7 billion being spent towards production of e-book readers, tablet PCs and the likes by 2012.
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