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Battle brews over GlobalFoundries tech park

10/29/2010 04:54 PM EDT
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Kaiser Silicon
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Kaiser Silicon   11/1/2010 3:49:04 PM
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Richmond, VA would love it. Maybe GF can buy out that server company and get the old Qimonda site up and running again. It would make my day.

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yalanand   10/30/2010 5:25:25 PM
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Strange that these things happen in US also :). Delays in projects because of infrastructure was common in India but strange to read report like this from US.

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Mark Wehrmeister   10/29/2010 6:41:03 PM
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Hey, if Saratoga County in New York doesn't want this, they can build it in the Pacific Northwest.

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