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Avex Taiwan

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Avex Taiwan Inc.
Public subsidiary
IndustryMusic and entertainment
GenreMusic record label
FoundedJuly 1998
12F-3, No.88, Dunhua N.Road, Taipei
Area served
ProductsPlanning, creation, and sales of music (CDs) and video (DVDs) software
ParentAvex Inc.
(Avex Asia Pte. Ltd.)

Avex Taiwan Inc (Chinese: 愛貝克思股份有限公司, formerly 艾迴唱片公司 or 艾迴股份有限公司[1]) is an entertainment and record label based in Taiwan. It was founded in July 1998 and is a foreign consolidated subsidiary of parent company Avex Group, based in Japan. As of 2015, Avex Taiwan is managed by Avex International Holdings (Singapore) Proprietary Ltd. (It became a foreign consolidated subsidiary after Avex Group's restructure in April 2004.)[2] Its main businesses are planning, creation, and sales of music (CDs) and video (DVDs).[3] Apart from producing music for artists based in Taiwan, it also distributes for other Avex and foreign artists, such as Kumi Koda and Super Junior.[4]

Avex Taiwan is one of the "Big Four" record labels in Taiwan with Universal Music/EMI/What's Music International, Warner Music Taiwan/Gold Typhoon and Sony Music Taiwan.[5]

In September 2013, the company's consultant, Li Tian-do, announced that the company will withdraw from Chinese music segment, due to poor sales of Chinese music segment.[6]

Current artists


Note: Singers are at the time of withdrawal from Chinese music division. Distributions are excluded.



note:+non-Avex Japan


Former artists




Distributed labels

See also


  1. ^ (in Chinese) 艾回唱片公司 Archived July 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 2011-04-27
  2. ^ Avex Group History of Avex Group 1 December 2010. Retrieved 2011-04-27
  3. ^ Avex group group companies Retrieved 2011-04-27
  4. ^ (in Chinese) 艾回唱片 Retrieved 2011-04-27
  5. ^ Music industry of Taiwan
  6. ^ "愛貝克思裁華語部 A-Lin解約覓新東家 - Avex plans termination of operations in Taiwan, lets go of A-Lin". Apple Daily. Next Digital Taiwan. September 4, 2013. Retrieved January 8, 2014.
  7. ^ Paul Potts Avex Official Website
  8. ^ Roomie Official Blogsite by Avex Taiwan
  9. ^ 2013 Girls' Generation World Tour "Girls and Peace" Merchandise (Avex Taiwan)
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