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Infineon signs Chinese IGBT deal

11/24/2010 01:37 PM EST
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Kinnar
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re: Infineon signs Chinese IGBT deal
Kinnar   11/25/2010 7:20:28 PM
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This will increase the sales of Infineon especially the IGBTs in the turbine industries, also they will be able to focus on the problems associated with high power applications of IGBT.

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salt&pepper   11/24/2010 4:14:14 PM
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There is huge demand for power in china. Northern china has a lot of wind throughout the year. If you can build it economically, you will fill the market.

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goafrit   11/24/2010 2:56:49 PM
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The trend continues. China is a force and strategy begins with Chinese firms these days. Good one for the Chinese economy.

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