International Semi Tech Microsystems

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International Semi Tech Microsystems or Semi-Tech Microsystems was a Canadian-based household and consumer products firm in Markham.[1]

Founded by Chinese-born Hong Kong-Canadian businessman James Henry Ting Wei in 1981, the firm had manufacturing facilities in China. Macau gambling tycoon Stanley Ho was once the firm's Chairman.[2]

The firm once traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (SEM.A and SEM.B), Montreal Exchange (SEM.A), NASDAQ (SEMC.F) and Hong Kong Stock Exchange (448).

Renamed Semi-Tech Corporation in 1994 as it diversified into consumer products, the company filed for bankruptcy in 2000.[3]

Semi-Tech Corporation's former head offices were at 131 McNabb Street (Warden Avenue and 14th Avenue) and near Woodbine Avenue and 14th Avenue (2880 14th Avenue).[4]

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