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IHS boosts 2012 chip market forecast

4/25/2012 06:45 PM EDT
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wilber_xbox
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wilber_xbox   4/26/2012 4:57:32 PM
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i cannot believe that US is running the whole world's economy. It is true that election years usually bring more promising prospects in any country.

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wilber_xbox   4/26/2012 4:56:03 PM
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this is good news then, atleast for now. The future forecast also looks quite promising.

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goafrit   4/26/2012 3:30:58 PM
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Last Q was bad for the industry. I will agree with this report simply because this is election year where Obama and Fed will try hard to keep the economy going. With free credit, expect more growth though they may not hire with that.

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Kinnar   4/26/2012 9:07:02 AM
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Actually due to the use of ASICs and FPGAs the no of IC count is getting decreased on an average inside an electronic product, but the price is still remaining the same. That is why we are seeing an increase in the revenue.

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