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Taiwan: Microelectronics expertise widens

5/15/2013 04:14 PM EDT
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nyh20028319
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nyh20028319   5/20/2013 4:04:14 PM
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NTU is proud of asia. Once worked in Foxconn, there are many resources for this gaint corporation

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AKeleon   5/16/2013 1:01:36 PM
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What do you mean by unfair comparison, please explain clearly. Thanks.

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Kaydee0   5/15/2013 9:27:17 PM
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Its an unfair comparison

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AKeleon   5/15/2013 6:34:49 PM
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Wow! this one of the interesting thing coming from Taiwan as I know such a long ago Taiwan not just a manufacturer but a design expert to. But what I to know here is how is Taiwan fared against USA in the microelectronics field eg: semiconductors, sensor to industry aspect, is Taiwan on par with USA or still not yet. Is hard to find an article comparing a situation between Taiwan and USA in microelectronic related matter. Thanks.

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