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Samsung's capex to fall in '11

1/6/2011 08:28 PM EST
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Bhola_#1
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Bhola_#1   1/6/2011 11:56:00 PM
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What does it signify "10.7 trillion won ($9.5 bilion)"- Does it mean 10.7 trillion - 9.5 billion = profit?

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mark.lapedus   1/7/2011 1:45:38 AM
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capex

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Vagabond   1/7/2011 4:22:08 AM
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@ bhoal : its korean currency n in () its equalvient $

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daleste   1/7/2011 3:50:54 PM
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This is the amount of money that Samsung plans to spend on equipment this year. Since they are a Korean company, they don't spend dollars, they spend won. The author converted it to dollars for us so that we can relate to how much money it is.

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