Corporate Governance

The control of internal information

Assessment of performance in compliance with the policy to control the use of insider information
    The Company imposes the policy to control internal information and prevent all employees from disclosing
it to external parties or using such information for their own benefits. There is sufficient and appropriate
procedure to control the use of insider information and there is a written guideline for control and protection of
the internal information. This guideline is communicated to all personnel to follow. The Company prohibits any
persons related to internal information from trading the Company’s securities within one month before the
Company’s financial information is disclosed. Furthermore, directors and management (as defined by the SEC)
are required to report all details of their holding of securities or the changes of their securities holding in Board of
Directors’ meetings.