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re: Trident warns of sales shortfall
Baolt   1/5/2011 12:45:32 AM
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Sad to hear that they are going down, indeed troubled NXP gave all the rubbish load on them, plus their lack of innovative solutions and on time delivery, caused this issue. They are basically operating in minimal costs, CSS at Taiwan, fabless, R&D at US and Taiwan so no way to cut off further down. Xmas season is over also, for following months its not the case that their customers likely can cover up either they do, so i predict soon we will see a JV or sell off. Who knows, let see the quarter results perhaps datas given arent exact now



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