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Former Qimonda boss joins NXP management

10/3/2011 11:14 AM EDT
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Baolt
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Baolt   10/3/2011 1:00:00 PM
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So new destination of hope for NXP is in Asian market?

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GREAT-Terry   10/5/2011 6:57:09 PM
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I think it is natural to focus on Asian market, especially the greater China area. NXP is still a strong supplier for white goods.

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ExQI   10/5/2011 9:54:25 PM
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"Loh has a fantastic insight into the challenges and demands of the Asian market..." tell that to all the former QI Germany staff, at least now they will know why Qimonda went into bankruptcy. NXP should take care...

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ex-Insider   11/8/2011 9:21:54 AM
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Don't understand smart guys like Rick Clemmer and Chris Belden picked such a loser.. Lok has not track record of any success story except he has a big mouth..sorry for NXP.

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