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2/8/2011 07:06 PM EST
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re: Elpida lists on Taiwan stock market
resistion   3/2/2011 6:54:30 AM
I think Elpida is hoping that by staying focused on DRAMs while Micron and Samsung and Hynix are distracted by NAND and other NVMs, it can pull ahead. I also think Elpida is trying to do some consolidation of Taiwan memory companies on its own; this proposal met some domestic resistance a few years ago, why would it be accepted now from a foreign company?

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