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SIA sees second half IC slowdown

7/7/2010 04:49 PM EDT
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re: SIA sees second half IC slowdown
Baolt   7/8/2010 10:43:30 AM
"Up and beyond" this is the motto since beginning of 2010 for semiconductor industry. Global sales at Q1 later on Q2 made records over records, disappointed many analysts about their prediction. Although we have good records, we still have allocation for many parts by many co.s also inventory levels are still so low. We are at a point where productions delay due to procurement of components. I join SIA for slowdown, yet all orderbooks are filled for whole year, waiting further sales hasnt got any promising pulse, still 2010 even Q1 of 2011 will be very healthy, full with recovery and grown profit margins.

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