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China's $25 billion to boost domestic production, says analyst

6/24/2010 03:14 PM EDT
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re: China's $25 billion to boost domestic production, says analyst
pixies   6/29/2010 8:40:47 PM
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Semiconductor industry is a quintessential global business and the global semiconductor manufacturing has been plagued by overcapacity in general. Building more fabs and get the government directly involved are not the solutions, they are actually part of the problems.

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re: China's $25 billion to boost domestic production, says analyst
ChakC   6/25/2010 9:15:03 AM
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The current production lines are located in the Pearl river delta and the Yangtze river delta. I am more interested to see the location shift away from the coast line, apart from the huge money investment.

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