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4/21/2011 04:22 PM EDT
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re: India's latest fab push pegged at $5 billion
Kinnar   4/22/2011 6:20:13 PM
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This is a hardcore fact that India is still nowhere in the semiconductor chip and product manufacturing, It needs simultaneous development of both streams VLSI Development and Embedded Systems Development with Manufacturing Facilities it that happens then India can be compared with Japan, Taiwan and China, as these Asian countries are way ahead in comparison with present conditions of India in semiconductor industries.

Kinnar
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re: India's latest fab push pegged at $5 billion
Kinnar   4/22/2011 6:20:13 PM
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This is a hardcore fact that India is still nowhere in the semiconductor chip and product manufacturing, It needs simultaneous development of both streams VLSI Development and Embedded Systems Development with Manufacturing Facilities it that happens then India can be compared with Japan, Taiwan and China, as these Asian countries are way ahead in comparison with present conditions of India in semiconductor industries.

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