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How much lower will SEMI book-to-bill go?
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SAN JOSE -- Inconceivable as it seemed five months ago, the book-to-bill ratio for North American-based suppliers of chip production systems crashed to a new record low of 0.42 in April, based on new data released on Tuesday evening by the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) trade group here.
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