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Yoshida in China: Spreadtrum girds for margin woes

China Mobile, Spreadtrum's role
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re: Yoshida in China: Spreadtrum girds for margin woes
yjamal2k1   11/14/2012 5:01:15 AM
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Baseband business is very competitive, hence margin pressure is bound to happen, this was the main reason TI shifted to this business. In TD, Marvell, Mediatek and Qualcomm are major competitors for Spreadtrum.

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