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Dongbu expands auto IC foundry efforts

10/27/2010 06:09 PM EDT
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re: Dongbu expands auto IC foundry efforts
yalanand   10/28/2010 9:13:34 AM
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I think Dongbu HiTeks stratergy is very simple. They are concentrating on utilizing the old technology to its fullest. They dont see much competition in 180nm and .35u technology which can be used for Automotive and Defence purposes. No wonder they are bucking the trend and expanding its reach despite a sudden slowdown in the IC market

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