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Semico cuts IC forecast, sees decline for year

9/2/2011 11:02 PM EDT
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Sanjib.A
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Sanjib.A   9/4/2011 4:14:29 AM
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The forecast by Semico looks to be the worst among all! So many forecasts, which one to trust? I think none :)

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dylan.xia   9/4/2011 6:56:46 AM
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We also think 2011 is not the time for Semiconductor, very cool in China now.

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yalanand   9/5/2011 6:02:12 AM
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I totally agree with you, whatz the purprose of forecast which never works ? Forecasting has become just guessing business.

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yalanand   9/5/2011 6:06:45 AM
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@dylan.xia, when you say very cool in China are you referring to profitability ? If you look at job openings in India, I am seeing there is lot of requirement for VLSI engineers but I am not sure if it means robust growth.

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t.alex   9/11/2011 4:12:25 AM
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I think cool here means 'not so hot anymore'

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