Top executives of AMD say they are aiming to achieve a market share higher than their global average in China with stronger co-ordination between its organizations in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong SAR and Taiwan.

The chip maker announced that it is to establish a China headquarters in Beijing, which will supervise and co-ordinate AMD's businesses in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Karen Guo, corporate vice-president of AMD and president of its China headquarters said that the establishment of the headquarters will consolidate resources in the three markets during coming months, but declined to reveal details about the integration plan.

AMD has already invested about US$200 million in China, including a chip packaging and testing plant in Suzhou of East China's Jiangsu Province and a wholly-owned AMD (China) in Beijing with around 1,000 employees.


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