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Renesas shakes up post-quake plan

6/10/2011 12:59 PM EDT
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re: Renesas shakes up post-quake plan
docdivakar   6/23/2011 10:19:07 PM
@Junko Yoshida: it is great news! I hope there is more like this coming from other businesses too! For Renesas' "sooner-than-expected recovery date" to materialize, what did the Japan Gov or Renesas do to address the power problems? Japan's several nuclear reactors are now defunct, so I would be curious to know about this. Further, if power situation is a problem, other businesses may be slow to come up 100% online. Dr. MP Divakar

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