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Foxconn International, which assembles products including Apple's iPhone, has seen its half-year losses narrow to .65m.
Although it marked an improvement on the 3m loss suffered in the first six months of 2010, it was the third successive half-year loss for the firm.
Some believe the company could make a profit next year, if key clients improve their product mix.
About 70% of Foxconn's revenue comes from Nokia and Motorola.
However Nokia has been losing share in the mobile handset market to rivals Huawei Technologies and ZTE, which has had a knock-on effect on Foxconn.
Foxconn has also struggled with a series of problems, including rising costs, worker unrest, a fatal explosion at a Chinese factory and a series of suicides by employees in China.
The company was criticised by the Hong Kong stock exchange in June for failing to issue a profit warning despite knowledge of its weak performance in 2008.
Foxconn International's shares were subsequently removed from the market's benchmark Hang Seng Index.
Foxconn's stock has lost more than a third of its value so far this year.