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UMC says sales nosedived again in September

10/7/2011 05:54 PM EDT
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agk
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re: UMC says sales nosedived again in September
agk   10/8/2011 11:29:44 AM
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compare the websites of UMC and TSMC. The later one has a good communication in their front home page reflecting all their achivemnets.A kind of good self exposure and this shows their interest to magnetise the customers. I can expect that same is being done in all their interactions with their services for maintaining their business.

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goafrit   10/8/2011 10:46:16 AM
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Very huge. TSMC is doing well. Something must be wrong in UMC. I do not think this in industry-wide

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daleste   10/8/2011 3:56:14 AM
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25% is huge for a foudry. I hope this is just a mix issue and not a sign of a larger downturn for the industry.

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krisi   10/7/2011 7:47:08 PM
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What is so specific about UMC that makes their sales decline more than other foundries? Kris

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