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Applied Materials, IME open Singapore 3-D packaging lab

3/7/2012 12:36 PM EST
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eewiz
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re: Applied Materials, IME open Singapore 3-D packaging lab
eewiz   3/7/2012 5:42:08 PM
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Singapore Govt gives generous grants to foreign companies to setup local R&D base. I guess, this investment will be part of some such arrangements. A win-win for both companies and Govt.

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re: Applied Materials, IME open Singapore 3-D packaging lab
yueguoguo   3/8/2012 2:56:37 AM
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Unfortunately the real situation is that test activities are more dominating than R&D...Hope IME could lead new trend.

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re: Applied Materials, IME open Singapore 3-D packaging lab
parity   3/7/2012 8:05:56 PM
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eewiz, you are right, Singapore has an aggressive government organization to attract businesses to set up there. Too bad Applied could not have set up the deal with a US university.

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