AU Optronics Corp Long Term Debt 2006-2018 | AUO

AU Optronics Corp long term debt from 2006 to 2018. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
AU Optronics Corp Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2017 $3,371
2016 $3,292
2015 $2,159
2014 $2,712
2013 $3,972
2012 $5,818
2011 $5,852
2010 $4,963
2009 $4,165
2008 $3,490
2007 $4,379
2006 $5,504
2005 $2,559
AU Optronics Corp Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
Q3 2018 $2,064
Q2 2018 $2,146
Q1 2018 $3,205
Q3 2017 $3,363
Q1 2017 $3,441
Q4 2016 $3,292
Q3 2016 $3,237
Q2 2016 $2,938
Q1 2016 $2,188
Q4 2015 $2,159
Q3 2015 $2,062
Q2 2015 $2,425
Q1 2015 $2,507
Q4 2014 $2,712
Q3 2014 $3,480
Q2 2014 $3,996
Q1 2014 $4,143
Q4 2013 $3,972
Q3 2013 $4,641
Q2 2013 $5,116
Q1 2013 $4,679
Q4 2012 $5,818
Q3 2012 $6,311
Q2 2012 $6,644
Q1 2012 $6,666
Q4 2011 $5,852
Q3 2011 $5,731
Q2 2011 $5,707
Q1 2011 $5,046
Q4 2010 $4,963
Q3 2010 $3,811
Q2 2010 $4,040
Q1 2010 $4,424
Q4 2009 $4,165
Q3 2009 $3,874
Q2 2009 $4,079
Q1 2009 $3,887
Q4 2008 $3,490
Q3 2008 $3,219
Q2 2008 $3,194
Q1 2008 $4,570
Q4 2007 $4,379
Q3 2007 $4,715
Q2 2007 $5,073
Q1 2007 $5,355
Q4 2006 $5,504
Q3 2006 $3,511
Q2 2006 $2,696
Q1 2006 $2,707
Q4 2005 $2,559
Q3 2005 $2,463
Q2 2005 $2,366
Q1 2005 $1,883
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Miscelleneous Electrical Components $3.551B $10.050B
Au Optronics is a world-leading manufacturer of large-size thin film transistor liquid crystal display panels, which are currently the most widely used flat panel display technology. They are used in notebook computers, desktop monitors, televisions, digital cameras, DVD players, PDAs, mobile phones, portable games, and car navigation systems, among other applications.
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