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SIA again urges China to drop value-added chip tax
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5/18/2004   Post a comment
The Semiconductor Industry Association has again called on China to help resolve the trade dispute over its value-added tax on imported semiconductors.
South Korea vies for regional status with New Songdo City
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5/18/2004   Post a comment
With China's miraculous growth looming large across the Yellow Sea, South Korea is determined not be lost in the shadows of surging foreign investment and regional influence.
IP: Schuss vor Chinas Bug
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5/18/2004   Post a comment
Mit einem offensichtlich an die adresse Chinas gerichteten 'Schuss vor den Bug' hat das World Semiconductor Council (WSC) bei seiner Tagung in Korea eine Reihe von Themen auf auf den Tisch gebracht. Der Katalog der Anliegen reicht vom Recht auf geistiges Eigentum (Intellectual Property, IP) bis hin zu Umwelt- und Handelsfragen.
Elections bring uncertainty for India's tech sector
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5/17/2004   Post a comment
The electoral sea change in India last week not only brought down the ruling government but also two of the country's tech-savvy ministers from the southern states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
U.S. slaps duties on Chinese color TVs
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5/14/2004   Post a comment
The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will impose duties on Chinese color TV sets shipped to the United States.
Europe 2.0
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