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Top ten Chinese chip design houses ranked

11/5/2009 12:00 PM EST
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microe
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microe   11/12/2009 10:16:03 PM
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Why not to mention the black and dark purple background? Take off your glasses, you will see the color and the bias.

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Peter Clarke   11/11/2009 1:50:08 PM
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I dont understand why the image http://i.cmpnet.com/techweb/lead_art/china_05.jpg would be considered a negative one. It seems to show a series of generic blocks - perhaps skyscrapers - with one taller than the others carrying the flag of the People's Republic of China.

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microe   11/8/2009 7:06:30 AM
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This is not a negative story. I meant the picture they used with the story. http://i.cmpnet.com/techweb/lead_art/china_05.jpg Some editors like this picture so much that they always use it whenever they report news about China. Seems that is the only image they want people to have about China.

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aquitaine   11/8/2009 2:02:21 AM
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I don't see how this is a negative story. It gives us a good idea as to what some of the movers and shakers are. It's always good to learn more about their semiconductor industry.

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