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China vs. Qualcomm: Chip's 'Nationality' Still Matters

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jeffa4444
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Growing balls
jeffa4444   8/15/2014 6:33:44 AM
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Hopefully the British government will grow some balls and do the same as all the countries listed unfortunately its not likely to happen. America protects many industries, so does France, Spain, Italy, China, Korea, Germany, Brazil etc. Find me one industry the UK government does the same with over 54% of all business and 80% of big business is foriegn owned in the UK mainly by America, France & Germany.  

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Not the first time for Q, definitely not the last time
Pi3P1415926   8/15/2014 3:19:55 AM
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Qualcomm was under antitrust probe in Europe, Japan and Korea before.

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