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re: Updated: India again seeks help with fabs
Solster   6/23/2011 8:27:14 PM
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Well said. I've never considered EET anything but an industry tabloid -- and this isn't their first or only "journalism" piece to qualify them for the tabloid class. Maybe someday they'll even start selling themselves at grocery store checkout counters.

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bpd   6/23/2011 6:30:57 PM
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This article stinks of sarcasm and a negative bias towards Indian semiconductor industry. If the authors do not believe in what they are posting then why bother unless they want to be the electronics community's version of a tabloid. There's no denying that the Indian efforts in establishing fabs is a quagmire of bureaucracy and poor planning but I am sure they did not approach EEtimes to market their idea.

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