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Tang Eng Iron Works (Chinese: 唐榮鐵工廠; pinyin: Tángróngtiě Gōngchǎng) is a steelmaking company in Taiwan. Its headquarters is in Siaogang District of Kaohsiung.

History

The company was established by Tang Eng in May 1940. It was once the largest steel company in the Japanese-ruled Taiwan.[1] It transformed into a province-owned company in 1962, and reorganized as a state-owned company in 1999. The company has been reprivatized since 2006. At one time, Tang Eng also owned some brick making factories[2] which were abandoned in 1980s, and had been designated as historic monuments of Taiwan.

See also

References

  1. ^ 唐榮鐵工廠 (in Chinese). Council for Cultural Affairs, Executive Yuan, ROC. Retrieved 2008-07-23.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ 中都唐榮磚窯廠 (in Chinese). Bureau of Cultural Affairs, Kaohsiung City Government. Retrieved 2008-07-23.[permanent dead link]

External links

References

  1. ^ 唐榮鐵工廠 (in Chinese). Council for Cultural Affairs, Executive Yuan, ROC
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