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How long for China to sort out fabless strategy?

6/21/2012 03:53 PM EDT
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junko.yoshida
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junko.yoshida   6/22/2012 5:08:20 AM
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Thank you. There are many more stories to come -- we have just begun!

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Chipbuilderx   6/22/2012 3:44:42 AM
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Samsung is the real threat

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HeadhunterBKS   6/22/2012 1:25:59 AM
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Ok, so how is Taiwan? Or better yet the US? I have a target market of 10Million / yr. So this concerns me somewhat. Now that certain consortium's are stabilizing, I can proceed to build stage and drive market for advance sales. But thinking that the production side is frail, then I can't help but feel unconvinced of their assurances. :-/

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SR656601   6/21/2012 5:46:02 PM
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Junko, You certainly hit the ground running in China, this article is an eye-opening refresher on the now-and-future of role of China in semi. Thanks! SR

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