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Jessica Lipsky
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Moving on down the line
Jessica Lipsky   8/6/2014 11:39:36 AM
Will this rebound continue as the industry moves to smaller and smaller procvess nodes/nm? Seems likely that companies will get priced out as advanced technology becomes more expensive. 

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