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U.S. International Trade Commission upholds DRAM duties against Hynix
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7/23/2003   Post a comment
The U.S. International Trade Commission Wednesday upheld a June ruling by the U.S. Commerce Department, finding that Hynix Semiconductor Inc. was responsible for causing injury to the U.S. DRAM industry when it accepted what Commerce found to be illegal government subsidies channeled to the company through several Korean banks.
Korean firms discuss chipmaking in Brunei, says report
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7/17/2003   Post a comment
South Korean companies have started discussions on the creation of a chip manufacturing center in the Islamic state of Brunei, according to a report from Brunei Direct website.


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