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Reports: SK Hynix drops out of Elpida bidding

5/4/2012 12:37 PM EDT
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re: Reports: SK Hynix drops out of Elpida bidding
ibm221   5/7/2012 2:57:16 AM
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Micron won't take it for sure, Inotera almost chocked it to death, it 's having a hard time to digest it till nowadays. If it takes elpida it will pass away in 5 years certainly. We ll see the 1st major chinese memory business emerge, if they can get a decent price they will revive it somewhere eastern china.

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re: Reports: SK Hynix drops out of Elpida bidding
resistion   5/4/2012 1:26:12 PM
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I think the non-semi firms have advantage that they don't have to worry about their own capex plans.

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