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China, India outspending U.S. in semiconductors

3/19/2013 06:01 AM EDT
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re: China, India outspending U.S. in semiconductors
ian_teh   3/27/2013 2:08:14 AM
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What does it mean painful to see your kids go to the other side of the world for US Engineer? Today, there are many Asian Engineer work in US - the other side of the world for them, and is it really painful for Asian? So when Asian Engineer relocate to US, then this is not your concern, but when US Engineer have to relocate to Asia, then this is painful in your view? Today, we talk about globalization, and open market, whereever there is market opportunity, the development will follow and heading there to, so if you think American's kid working at Asia countries is a painful matter, it's either stoping your kids to go into semiconductor, or asking your government to be more protective to your country's semiconductor industry. Oh yeah, it reminds me you really did the second, haha ... it's time to grow up, dude!

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ian_teh   3/27/2013 2:14:01 AM
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I agreed with you. And, i don't see any supporting statement to take Cadence's opinion in commenting the semiconductor industry as a whole.

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ian_teh   3/27/2013 2:16:01 AM
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I have the same feeling on the kid working in the other side of the world statements. I just feel the speaker isn't really a mature personnel in making such feeling hurting opinions.

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