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8/31/2012 02:54 PM EDT
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Peter Clarke
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re: Memscap partners with Chinese MEMS startup
Peter Clarke   9/30/2012 10:53:10 AM
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EE Times has produced such documents in the past, as paid-for documents.

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goafrit   9/1/2012 1:24:05 PM
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China is seriously moving up in the electronics industry and playing as a major knowledge creator. Partnership with them goes beyond the usual cost savings to openning new markets.

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chanj0   8/31/2012 4:22:05 PM
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The momentum of "outsourcing" to China has never been weaken. As most engineers feel the pain, the more outsourcing; the less job available in their own region. A couple months ago, articles from various media has layout the impact of manufacturing outsourcing. The related R&D activity will be relocated together. No doubt, it is happening. Question is what are the choices for experienced and young engineers. Another questions that I have are whether the engineers in China are ready for the job and what their overall compensation look like.

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