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Software to save Russia's semiconductors push

7/5/2011 04:44 PM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff
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re: Software to save Russia's semiconductors push
nicolas.mokhoff   7/7/2011 8:49:22 PM
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Government edict states that they want to have a hi-tech industry and a semiconductor industry to serve its internal markets. They have plenty of talent but it will take a radical shift in bureaucratic mentality left over from planned Soviet rule to make a difference and be on par with the West, or China for that matter.

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re: Software to save Russia's semiconductors push
krisi   7/6/2011 11:56:22 PM
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Not sure why would Russia try to grow semiconductor presence...they have so many software experts so it would seem to be much easier to grow that portion of high-tech...Kris

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