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Kanada ermittelt gegen Infineon wegen DRAM-Kartell
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7/27/2004   Post a comment
Jetzt auch Kanada: Infineons US-Niederlassung sieht sich nunmehr auch Vorwürfen ausgesetzt, bei seinen Geschäften mit Speicherbausteinen gegen die einschlägigen kanadischen Gesetze verstoßen zu haben. Das geht aus einer Akteneintragung bei der US-Börsenaufsicht vom vergangenen Montag hervor.
Taiwan's influence over China's IC industry seen growing
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7/22/2004   Post a comment
Taiwan's influence over the direction of China's nascent semiconductor is increasingly extending to design services as Taiwan leverages it deep pockets and ability to deliver production-ready chips.
Tata tops list of Indian software exporters
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7/14/2004   Post a comment
Tata Consultancy Services, a division of one of India's leading industrial conglomerates, has emerged as the biggest software and service exporter in India, according to an industry survey.
Japan regulators to issue warning to Microsoft
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7/9/2004   Post a comment
After investigating Microsoft Corp.'s behavior for several months, Japan's fair-trade regulatory agency is expected to issue a warning against the U.S. software giant.
U.S., China settle trade dispute over chip tax
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7/8/2004   Post a comment
The United States and China have settled a trade dispute over China's value-added tax on semiconductors.
Mexico to bid for chip manufacturing role
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7/7/2004   Post a comment
Mexico is expected to make a bid to become the world's next semiconductor center during the Semicon West trade show.


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